We always welcome new contributors! Krita is a huge and ambitious project. There is more work than our small core team can handle. The Krita community is very open, welcoming and supportive. No resumé or CV needed! If you’ve got the enthusiasm, you’re all welcome. Get in contact with us if you have any issues getting started.
Programmers are going to create bugs and problems as new features get added. Help us make Krita more stable by testing out the newest features.
You can help Krita reach a more international audience by translating the program itself or the user documentation.
Get in touch with the KDE i18n team and say you want to help translate Krita. KDE helps us manage our website, hosting, downloads, and translations.
You’ll be able to work on one of the coolest and fastest-growing open source painting programs out there. Krita is built with Qt and C++.
The learning area always needs some extra work. Help tell the world about features that are missing in the documentation, or new features that are coming to the next version.
We’d love to see what you are creating with Krita!
Do you have resources to share and contribute? They are always welcome!
If someone reports a bug, it might not actually be a bug. The person might not just know how to use the feature, or the feature might not even exist!
Look through our bug tracker and help us determine if a report is a bug or new feature request.
While you might not have enough time to help out in other areas, donations are always appreciated to help other people do this work.
Donations are used for a multitude of things to help improve Krita and grow the community.