Ways to get involved with e107 CMS
The e107 community has a long history of users helping each other out. Providing support, reporting bugs, requesting new features, submitting pull requests, and checking up on upcoming milestones, there's lots of ways to get involved in the development of e107.
Having trouble getting e107 up and running? Something not working the way you think it should? Unfortunately we don't have time to maintain a full e107 support community ourselves, but there are a few ways to get help.
Found a problem with e107 v2 Bootstrap? Feel free to submit an issue on the GitHub project. But please keep the following in mind:
If you are using Legacy Software e107 v1, we have set up a place to submit bug issues but please be aware that these will be handled on a lower priority basis as v2 Bootstrap bugs.
Developers are always welcome to support the community in addressing raised issues through pull-requests (see below).
Found a security issue with e107 v2 Bootstrap? Despite our best efforts, sometimes these do crop up. We're committed to resolving these as quickly as possible. So if you spot a security issue, please contact us directly at security[at]e107.org so that we can deal with these away from the eyes of unscrupulous hackers that may seek to exploit these issues and disrupt users' websites.
Got a new feature you'd like to see included in e107? Please use our Github issues page to submit your idea. Here are some things to keep in mind:
Found a way to solve a bug in e107? Here are a few things to remember:
Want to keep up with what's planned for e107? Check out our milestones on the GitHub project.
Hopefully you think e107 is awesome. We've put hundreds (if not thousands) of hours into the project and have made it completely available to the open source community. If you'd like, here are a couple of ways you can show your appreciation for all the hard work: