The amazing thing about “Flickr” is that nobody uses the service to upload pictures.
Nobody says to themselves. I need to upload me some pictures.
Instead, they’re satisfying some other need in their lives, like showing off the new kid to relatives.
Or, showing their friends how their latest trip to Europe went.
Or, letting their co-workers in on their latest conference activity.
All of these things have to do with their life, their relationships, their everyday activities that aren’t centered on the Web, but are made much easier by it.
If we look closely, that’s what most successful web apps do: they make our offline lives richer.
Most components and subprojects need volunteers to help with documentation, unit test coverage, code reviews, improving integration with other ZF components, and enhancing architecture and design for the purpose of improving extensibility and ease of use with new components. If you see a subject area or component that interests you, please contact any project members currently associated with the component.
Read the license
The license is BSD-based. It can be found here.
Sign the Contributor License Agreement (CLA)
To contribute source code or documentation at any level (from a few lines, to a patch, to a proposal, to an entirely new component), you must first sign the Contributor License Agreement. This will also give you access to become a developer in the issue tracking system and the developer’s wiki.
CLA signers who also establish a wiki account on this website will be listed on our Project Teams page.
Thus, others will know who to accept code contributions from and who they can work with in drafting proposals.
Subscribe to the appropriate mailing lists
Please join the Zend Framework community by subscribing to the mailing lists that interest you, using the e-mail account you wish to send messages from.