The Apache Syncope™ project is actively seeking new contributors to work on all aspects of the project. We need and appreciate all contributions, including documentation help, source code development and feedback.
The project Wiki is also available to gather any other kind of documentation or contribution you would like to contribute, and does not require any GIT, Maven or other technical skills.
Everyone can contribute to Syncope as a contributor; contributors who build up a history of successful contributions over time are invited to become committers. The difference is that committers have direct write access to the project GIT repositories, while contributors post their contributions to JIRA issues where they're first reviewed, and then committed by a committer to the project's GIT repository. See http://www.apache.org/dev/contributors.html for a good overview of working as a contributor.
We ask contributors of significant amounts of code to fill out and send into Apache, an Individual Contributors License Agreement (ICLA) (and perhaps also a Corporate Contributors License Agreement (CCLA)).
If you're interested in committing to the project, you need to establish a history over time of successful contributions to the project. After that, you may be invited to become a committer.
All Committers and Contributors should: