Community

The Doctrine community is made up of thousands of developers all around the world. The project has had over 500 contributors and is maintained by a core team of developers. If you want to get involved, find other Doctrine developers on GitHub, Gitter Chat and the Mailing List.

GitHub

Code contributions are coordinated via GitHub pull requests. Find the project you want to contribute to and from there you will see a link for Pull Requests. You can browse existing pull requests or create one of your own. Learn more about how to contribute to Doctrine here.

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Gitter Chat

The primary method for communicating with other Doctrine developers is via Gitter. You must have a GitHub account in order to use Gitter.

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Mailing List

You can also use the mailing list hosted with Google Groups to communicate with other Doctrine developers.

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Framework Communities

Some frameworks have sub-communities that are specific to using Doctrine with that framework.

Symfony Doctrine Slack

Communicate with other Symfony developers that use Doctrine in the #doctrine slack channel in the Symfony Devs slack instance.

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Laravel Doctrine Slack

Communicate with other Laravel developers that use Doctrine in the Laravel Doctrine slack instance.

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