The InvoicePlane project is nearly one year old and it’s amazing how the app and it’s community developed in the past months. I got and get a lot of help from people from all over the world and I really appreciate every single line of code, every single sentence that helps another user. But this is just the beginning!
How can you help?
InvoicePlane is a very large project which means there are also many things to do. I could need help with the following tasks:
- Development for InvoicePlane 1 and 2
- Community Management / Support
- Copywriting (wiki and websites)
- Promoters / Blogger
Development for InvoicePlane 1 and 2
Working on InvoicePlane is basically a free-time job for developers who just want to help, need a challenge or want to improve their skills. I can’t offer any money to you but you will be one of these people who make the world a better place with developing an awesome, free and open source software for people who can’t afford SAP or other high-prices business solutions.
You may also get a free licenses for this software:
- a license for the PhpStorm IDE from Jetbrains
- a license for Mockups from Balsamiq
- access to Mailtrap.io
Ready to jump in?
If you want to help us developing you should
- have fun with coding,
- speak English good enough that anybody knows what you mean,
- know how to write basic web applications with PHP
- preferably already worked with Laravel 5
You can find more information about contribution here.
Community Management / Support
There is not much to say about this. Everyone who helps other users here in the community helps me with supporting the application.
Copywriting (wiki and websites)
Promoters / Blogger
This is a task that is really hard to handle for a single person: promoting the project, spread the word and get new users. But everyone can help! Do you have friends, business contacts or relatives who may be interested in InvoicePlane? Then tell them about the project! They can try it for free, without any costs and benefit from a strong community.
Are you a blogger or like to write articles? Another task would be to write articles that include InvoicePlane. You don’t need an own blog, you can also publish articles for magazines or other related platforms. You could also write for our own InvoicePlane blog and explain the application, give tips or explain how certain things are working
Do you have other ideas? Write them down here or contact me directly!
Looking forward to hear from you!