Contributing to Chrome DevTools
There are many ways you can improve the productivity of your fellow developers. That could be by sharing what you know or helping out with documenting features or writing a patch to improve the tools we all use.
How can you help?
Aside from contributing to the source code for DevTools, all of the following are different ways you could help contribute:
- Documentation authoring: The source for developer.chrome.com legacy documentation and the developer.google.com docs are on GitHub. Contributions are always welcome.
- Share what you've learned: Share what you've learned via GIFs, Vines or construction paper
- Coverage of new experimental features
- Designing improved UX for all parts of DevTools: Your ideas on the design and UX are quite welcome.
- Issue triage & management: View all open DevTools tickets. Ask for reductions when appropriate or provide them yourself.
The DevTools team values feedback from developers using the tools. To follow an issue, star it and you'll get emails for all updates. If you really want to stay in the loop, you can subscribe to bug lists at crbug by logging in and going to Saved Queries. You can then subscribe to all DevTools tickets with this query:
Contributing to DevTools source code
IRC channel on Freenode: #chrome-devtools