Percona Community

We welcome all kinds of contributions, from code to documentation to visuals, awareness, enthusiasm, and more - we also contribute to other open source projects and communities! Let’s make technology better!



Each of our projects has its own contribution guidelines. You will find them in their respective GitHub repositories. There are many ways our community can thrive: people engaging with and listening to each other, writing and reviewing content, writing and reviewing code, and raising awareness for the topics we all care about.

Participation in this community may come in many forms: whether it’s written, more visual (illustrations, comics, videos, logos), or auditive (podcasts, talks, music), supporting each other or having fun. We had people write jingles and raps as well as drawing superheroes and a vast amount of great articles, talks, and human connection.

If you’re interested in producing content for this community (examples: blog post, guide, documentation, talk, course), we can help you with ideas, English editing, and verifying your content’s technical viability. Don’t worry if you’re not a native speaker - we got you covered and will help you improve your English writing skills with tips and suggestions.

For content inspiration, please check the open topics or send a pull request with your topic idea.

Code of Conduct

Our community members care about integrating optimized databases efficiently into their overall architecture. There is no place for harassment of any kind. Please refer to our Code of Conduct for more information.

Bug Reports

Found a bug? Check out the relevant GitHub repository and file an issue or report it to our bug tracker on Jira. Most of our GitHub repositories have issues disabled in order to be able to provide answers quicker via Jira.

Engineering Monthly Meeting

Our monthly Engineering meetings take place on Discord in the voice channel. Join us and let’s chat about technical topics, open pull requests, bugs, and plans!

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