Contributing is easy. Find out how here.
There are many ways to get involved in the Modelio community, on whatever level you choose. For each type of contribution, we recommend a certain level of knowledge as a user (someone who has some knowledge of the Modelio tool, as well as modeling or standards such as UML, SOA, BPM, ...) or a developer (someone with some knowledge of programming):
If you want to correct bugs or develop extensions/the application core, a good knowledge of the Java language is essential. For more information on community contribution rules and the Modelio open source licensing scheme, click here...
So you think it would be great if the Modelio environment were available in Japanese? Or if its user manuals were translated into Spanish? Multi-lingual community members, we need you!
Contribute bug fixes
If you come across a bug while using or developing Modelio, and you don't feel like just reporting it and then waiting for it to be corrected, why not correct it yourself?
Enhance the core
For the hard-core among you, get down to brass tacks and help us develop the heart of the Modelio application.