Getting support for Weblate
Weblate is copylefted libre software with community support. Subscribers receive priority support at no extra charge. Prepaid help packages are available for everyone. You can find more info about current support offerings at <https://weblate.org/support/>.
New in version 3.8.
Purchased support packages can optionally be integrated into your Weblate subscription management interface, from where you will find a link to it. Basic instance details about your installation are also reported back to Weblate this way.
Data submitted to the Weblate
URL where your Weblate instance is configured
Your site title
The Weblate version you are running
Tallies of some objects in your Weblate database (projects, components, languages, source strings and users)
The public SSH key of your instance
Additionally, when Discover Weblate is turned on:
List of public projects (name, URL and website)
No other data is submitted.
Purchased support packages are already activated upon purchase, and can be used without integrating them.
New in version 4.5.2.
This feature is currently in early beta.
Discover Weblate is an opt-in service that makes it easier for users to find Weblate servers and communities. Users can browse registered services on <https://weblate.org/discover/>, and find there projects to contribute.
Participating in Discover Weblate makes Weblate submit some information about your server, please see Data submitted to the Weblate.
To list your server with an active support subscription (see Integrating support) in Discover Weblate all you need to do is turn this on in the management panel:
Listing your server without a support subscription in Discover Weblate:
You can customize the listing by providing a text and image (570 x 260 pixels) at <https://weblate.org/user/>.