How can I support LimeSurvey?
From LimeSurvey Manual
Here is information about topics that need help. If you have any questions feel free to contact the listed responsible person or ask in the forum.
We greatly appreciate any kind of help. We are so enthusiastic that we are even happy if you just correct spelling mistakes in the wiki.
- 1 Specific Tasks
- 2 General Tasks
Write an article about LimeSurvey in your national wikipedia
Right now only the english wikipedia can offer an article about limesurvey. In all the other languages no one has ever written a word about this great software. Can you believe it?
Update: Thanks for spreading the word about LimeSurvey. Wikipedia articles in other languages are always welcome. Please also update and extend the following articles:
German Wikipedia Thanks!
Spanish Wikipedia Muchissimas gracias à Eduardo Lobaton!
Dutch Wikipedia hartelijk bedankt!
Polish Wikipedia Thanks for your support!
and Chinese are also on top of the list but we couldn't find the direct link to create an article.
Donate missing translations
Our research shows that LimeSurvey covers the most important languages. Anyway there are some important languages that have not been translated yet. Can you help us translating (even in some parts) this languages:
- How to translate LimeSurvey
- Current translation status
- Contact: Carsten Schmitz (translations(at)limesurvey.org)
Create a Workflow Chart
Since many questions are asked like "What are groups?", "What are labelsets used for?" it would be nice to have a chart/image showing how all these things work together within limesurvey e.g. "A survey consists of 1-n groups", "Each group can contain of 1-n questions", "A question can use a labelset", ...
The overview should explain how and what for the following elements are used:
- group (survey)
- group (user management)
- tokens (participants data)
You don't have to cover everything. Just start, attach the file to this wiki page or email it to us and maybe another user will complete this later on.
Update/translate most important manual pages
Unfortunately the core members are only able to keep the english manual up to date. There are many new features added over the time so other languages often are not up to date. This is a pity for all people out there who have problems understanding technical, english texts. Please help them!
This is a list of the most important pages and languages. Please take a look if you can translate and/or update at least parts of it to help the community:
Vote for ideas
We have recently introduced a new idea tracker so users can vote for ideas/features which were added by other users. Help the developers to get to know which features are on top of your list. When developing new features we are always taking a look at your wishes.
The growth of the limesurvey community comes along with an increasing number of questions at the support forum. There are only 4-6 users from about 11.500 registered users who try to answer all these questions. This is a very disappointing quota (:cry:) Help us to improve the support quality by joining the forum support!
- Simple: Join the forum support. Just create an account and there you go.
We are always looking for brave people to extend and improve limesurvey translations. Right now our hard-working translators have dealt with
47 50 59 languages. Unfortunately not all the languages are translated completely as you can see here: "LimeSurvey translation status".
- Correct wrong translations
- Complete incomplete translations
- Add new translations for LimeSurvey 1.x
Fix Bugs/Implement New Features
Because limesurvey gets more and more famous and we are trying to implement new features regularly we are bombarded with bug reports. Some of them are deeply connected to the source code and handled by our most experienced developers. Some are just minor problems that can easily be fixed. Problem is that our core developers are suffering a huge workload. So we are always looking for skilled programmers that can take care of some of these bugs.
You won't have to spend hours on fixing a bug. Life comes first and no one is forced to do anything. Every little kind of help is appreciated. If you are familiar with one of this topics you might be the person we are looking for:
- PHP (required)
- Help to fix bugs
- Implement new features