There are dozens of ways to contribute to Weblate. We welcome any help, be it coding help, graphics design, documentation or sponsorship.

Code and development

Weblate is being developed on GitHub <>. You are welcome to fork the code and open pull requests. Patches in any other form are welcome as well.

Coding standard

The code should follow PEP-8 coding guidelines.

It is good idea to check your contributions using pep8, pylint and pyflages. You can execute all checks by script ci/run-lint.


We do write testsuite for our code, so please add testcases for any new functionality and verify that it works. You can see current test results on Travis <> and coverage on Codecov <>.

To run testsuite locally use:

./ test --settings weblate.settings_test

You can also specify individual tests to run:

./ test --settings weblate.settings_test weblate.gitexport

See also

See Testing in Django for more information on running and writing tests for Django.

Issue tracking

The issue tracker is hosted on GitHub as well: <>

Starting with our codebase

If you are looking for some bugs which should be good for starting with our codebase, you can find them labelled with newbie tag:

Earning money by coding

We’re using Bountysource to fund our development, you can participate on this as well by implementing issues with bounties:


Weblate is being translated using Weblate on <>, feel free to join us in effort to make Weblate available in as many world languages as possible.

Funding Weblate development

You can fund further Weblate development on Bountysource. Funds collected there are used to fund free hosting for free software projects and further development of Weblate. Please check the Bountysource page for details such as funding goals and rewards you can get for funding.

Backers who have funded Weblate

List of Weblate supporters from Bountysource:

  • Yashiro Ccs
  • Cheng-Chia Tseng