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-====== Contribute ====== 
-[[.:​translate/​start|Translate]]\\ +====== Contact ====== 
-Translate the source code of Xfce.+Before starting contribution it may make sense to get in contact with some xfce experts:
-[[documentation|Documentation]]\\ +   * via **[[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​Internet_Relay_Chat|IRC]]**: Join #xfce and #xfce-dev on Freenode 
-How to start writing or translate ​the application manuals ​on this website.+   * via some **[[https://​mail.xfce.org/​mailman/​listinfo| Xfce mailing list]]** - first check if the list is still active ! 
 +It as well might help to check the current roadmap in the **[[https://​wiki.xfce.org/​|Xfce development Wiki]]** in order to get an overview ​on ongoing development. 
 +====== Contribute ======
-[[.:​bugs/​start|Bugs]]\\ +There are different ways in which you can contribute ​to xfce:
-All there is to know about properly reporting bugs in the [[https://​bugzilla.xfce.org|bug tracker]].+
-[[.:dev/start|Development]]\\ +   * **[[.:translate/start|Translation]]** -- Translate Xfce applications into different languages
-How to contribute code and becoming a developer.+
-[[https://​www.bountysource.com/​teams/​xfce|Bountysource]]\\ +   * **[[documentation|Documentation]]** -- add or translate application manuals ​on this website
-To support the Xfce project ​or making it more attractive to get things done, you can back the project with bounties ​on bugs or leave it up to the developers to decide what to do. +
-===== API documentation =====+
-Library references can be found in the releases: ​[[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​garcon|garcon]],​ [[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​exo|exo]], [[http://archive.xfce.org/src/xfce/libxfce4ui|libxfce4ui]][[http://archive.xfce.org/src/xfce/​libxfce4util|libxfce4util]],​ [[http://archive.xfce.org/src/xfce/​thunar|thunar]],​ [[http://​archive.xfce.org/​src/​xfce/​xfconf|xfconf]]. They are often also installed by distributions in ''/​usr/​share/​gtk-doc/​html/''​.+   * **[[.:bugs/start|Bugs]]** -- report or fix Xfce bugsprovide new features 
 +   ​* ​ **[[https://www.bountysource.com/teams/xfce|Bountysource]]** - Put some money on bugs you want to have fixed 
 +      * [[https://www.bountysource.com/teams/xfce|{{https://www.bountysource.com/badge/team?​team_id=849&​style=raised&​.jpg?}}]] - it is as well possible to put a general donation
-AdditionallyXfce uses the GTK+/Glib family of libraries which can be found at the following:+Once you did some contributionsyou may want to grab extra permissions to e.g. release your modifications:
-  ​* [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​glib/​2.30/​|GLib]] +   * **[[.:dev/start|becoming a xfce-developer]]** - contributor account, git access, releases
-  * [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​gio/​2.30/​|GIO]] +
-  * [[https://developer.gnome.org/​gdk2/​2.24/​|GDK]] +
-  ​[[https://​developer.gnome.org/​gtk2/​2.24/​|GTK+]]+
-Tutorials for getting started with GTK+ are available at:+Xfce API documentation can be found in the [[https://​wiki.xfce.org/​api_documentation|Xfce development Wiki]] ​
-  * [[http://​zetcode.com/​tutorials/​gtktutorial/​|GTK+ Tutorial]] 
-  * [[https://​developer.gnome.org/​gtk-tutorial/​2.24/​|GTK+ 2.0 Tutorial (Official)]] 
-If you're looking at writing a panel plugin, you may want to look at the [[http://​git.xfce.org/​panel-plugins/​xfce4-sample-plugin/​|xfce4-sample-plugin]] for an easy start.