Contribute to the Camino Project
Camino is built on open source technology, which means anyone can help in the development process. The Camino Project is always looking for help.
Would you like to code a new feature for Camino? Or maybe help triage the handful of bugs reported each day? Or maybe you just want to help write documentation or website copy? The information below will give you an idea of how you can contribute to Camino.
Each night, a new development build of Camino is created. Click here to download the latest nightly.
Most of the links on this page go to the Camino Wiki. The wiki is used for information that’s changed frequently. Feel free to contribute to discussions and ideas on the wiki.
Camino’s website is proudly hosted by Network Redux.
The Amasis web font is used throughout our website, courtesy of Fonts.com.
One of the best ways to help Camino is to write code. Our developer information contains everything you need to build Camino, contribute patches, and even what bugs might be good starting points.
We also use the development wiki as a planning area as we decide upon features and brainstorm ideas for the future.
As new features and bug fixes make their way into development builds, Camino’s quality assurance team tests them to find any new issues.
Finding bugs, reporting them, and triaging them within Camino’s bug tracker is another great example of how to contribute to the Camino Project.
Looking for something easier? Just running our nightly development builds can help catch new issues. Download one now.
The Camino Project now accepts donations! By donating to the Mozilla Foundation and earmarking the funds for Camino, your tax-deductible donation will go to support further development of Camino. Donate today.
People discover Camino from friends, relatives, and on various websites. You can help Camino by promoting it on your blog, website, or anywhere else you can imagine. Check out our Promotion page for more information.
All of our localizations are created by volunteers and managed through the Camino Localization Project. If you’re bilingual, you can help contribute a localization to the next release of Camino. Visit the Camino Localization Project to find out more.