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Django's bug tracker and wiki
Django is an open source project, run by volunteers - people just like you! We need your help to make Django as good as it can possibly be.
Much of Django's infrastructure is hosted on Github, or uses a Github login. To log a ticket, or add content to this wiki, you'll need to log in with a GitHub account.
Once you've logged in with your Github account, please read our contibution guide. This document describes how the Django community works, and the various ways you can contribute. If this document doesn't answer your questions, please file a bug!
If you've read that document, and are looking for a way to contribute, why not try one of the following:
- Tickets: View active tickets, make bug reports and contribute feature requests. If your bug report is a security issue, DO NOT report it with a ticket. Please read our guide to reporting security issues.
- Little, easy improvements: Get your feet wet by taking on one of these small tasks.
- "Easy Pickings" Tickets: Work on simple tickets to get familiar with Django's code base and the contribution process.
- DjangoDesign: Are you a designer rather than a coder? We still want your input. Let us know how we can improve on Django's visual/UX design.
Django release process
The current stable Django branch is Django 1.6. This release will receive security updates, plus fixes for some major bugs that are found in new development.
The current supported security branch is Django 1.5. This release will only receive security updates.
The current Long Term Support (LTS) branch of Django is Django 1.4. This release will only receive security updates.
More Django resources
See the Django resources page for a cornucopia of unofficial articles, code samples and other information contributed by the community.