Contribute to WordPress

Are you ready to shape the future of the web?

You’re in the right place.

With more than 20 Make WordPress teams working on different parts of the WordPress project every day, our passionate community offers contribution opportunities for everyone.

We know that finding the right team is the key to a meaningful contributor experience, so our interactive questionnaire is here to help you figure out where to get started.

Whether you like to write code, work with copy, find bugs, or help people find answers, contributing to WordPress means your unique skills and interests can drive innovation and progress in a global open source experiment to democratize publishing. Find your team(s), and let’s make WordPress together.

Find Your Team

  • Step 1:Your WordPress
  • Step 2:Your Interests
  • Step 3:Your Skills
  • Step 4:Your Teams

Based on your answers, you might enjoy contributing to the Make WordPress teams listed below.

Get started with the Support Team

The Support Team facilitates user-generated support through the WordPress support forums. Support is one of the easiest ways to start contributing.

Get started with the Community Team

The Community Team helps develop the global WordPress community by supporting events, contributors, and the general WordPress community. If you’re interested in organizing a meetup or a WordCamp, the Community Team is a great place to get started.

Get started with the Polyglots Team

The Polyglots Team supports the work of translating WordPress into languages from all over the world. If you’re a polyglot, help out by translating WordPress into your own language. You can also assist with creating the tools that make translations easier.

Get started with the Training Team

The Training Team creates educational resources that help people learn how to use, develop or contribute to WordPress through live webinars and self-paced learning courses, as well as downloadable lesson plans for instructors and speakers.

Get started with the Marketing Team

The Marketing Team promotes WordPress to current and future users and contributors. We create and amplify campaigns to support the growth of the WordPress project and the WordPress community.

Get started with the TV Team

The TV Team reviews and approves every video submitted to They also help WordCamps around the world with video post-production and are responsible for the captioning and subtitling of published videos. Reviewing videos is a great way to learn about WordPress and help the community: Experience is not required to get involved.

Get started with the Documentation Team

The Documentation Team is responsible for creating documentation about WordPress software and the processes that support it. The Docs Team is always looking for writers and editors, because good documentation lets people help themselves when they get stuck.

Get started with the Mobile Team

The Mobile Team builds the WordPress iOS and Android apps and needs both technical contributors with Java, Objective-C, or Swift skills, and non-technical contributors, such as designers, UX experts, documentation writers, and testers to help create a positive user experience on every device.

Get started with the Accessibility Team

The Accessibility Team provides accessibility expertise across the project and works to ensure that WordPress core and all of WordPress’ resources are accessible.

Get started with the Photos Team

The Photo Directory Team moderates every photo submitted to the WordPress Photo Directory, maintains and improves the directory site itself, and provides resources and documentation to educate, encourage, and facilitate photo contributors.

Get started with the Sustainability Team

The Sustainability Team aims to embed sustainable practices into the WordPress community and its processes. The Sustainability Team focuses on ensuring longevity: socially, economically, and environmentally.

Get started with the Test Team

The Test Team works to improve WordPress quality and usability by advancing the development process through manual and automated testing. Whether through a browser, app, terminal, or code, the team focuses on testing across the entire WordPress ecosystem, including Core and Gutenberg, mobile apps and themes, and feature plugins and importers.

Get started with the Hosting Team

The Hosting Team works to improve WordPress’ end-user experience across hosting environments through industry collaboration and user education.

Get started with the Openverse Team

The Openverse Team implements new features and new media types; maintains the public API and front-end search engine; and develops WordPress integrations to share Openverse with the entire WordPress community.

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