GTK+ is a large project and relies on voluntary contributions. Everyone is invited to help project development. Starting points for contributors are:
- Sign up for one of the project assistance tasks.
- Hack away on existing bug reports and feature requests.
- Write to the GTK+ mailing lists and offer your help.
When working on GTK+/GLib, there are several points once should consider, to keep the code in shape. See the GTK+ Best Practices.
Current core maintainers of GTK+ are:
|Matthias Clasen||Red Hat|
|Benjamin Otte||Red Hat|
|Federico Mena Quintero||Novell|
|Alexander Larsson||Red Hat|
|Tristan Van Berkom||Openismus|
|Carlos Garnacho||Lanedo GmbH|
|Kristian Rietveld||Lanedo GmbH|
|Michael Natterer||Lanedo GmbH|
|Ryan Lortie||Codethink Ltd|
|Emmanuele Bassi||Intel Open Source Technology Center|
For information about programming languages other than C which support GTK+, see the language bindings available.
If you want to help the GTK+ project by donating money OR perhaps your company wants to pay someone to develop GTK+, you can email the GNOME foundation. Any donations to GNOME for GTK+ will ONLY be spent on GTK+.
- Contact the GNOME Foundation.