Get Involved

There are many ways in which you can get involved with the Epiphany web browser's future, depending on what you'd like to do.


So, what do you want to do?

Report a problem

Bugs should be reported to the GNOME Bug Tracking System. There are some guidelines to help you write useful bug reports.

Discuss with the developers

You can contact the Epiphany developers in the Epiphany mailing list. You can check past discussions in the mailing list archives.

If you prefer direct contact, you can find us in the #epiphany IRC channel in irc.gimp.org.

Translate Epiphany to your language

Epiphany is translated to many different languages by the GNOME Translation Project. See the GNOME Translation Project pages if you would like to learn how to contribute with translations.

Contribute with code

The Epiphany source code is available from the GNOME git repositories. You can also browse the source code online.


More information

  • The teams page provides further details on the range of activities involved in the GNOME Project as well as links to information on getting started.
  • The GNOME Love initiative provides information and support for those wanting to become GNOME contributors.
  • GNOME regularly participates in the Google Summer of Code internship program.