Easy ways you can contribute

Whatever you're interested in, let us know. We can always need some help from programmers (see our wiki for a list of projects), designers and researchers, but you don't need years of experience writing code to help out. There are many more ways you can get involved with Watchdog and make a difference. Here's a few:

  • Make a donation
  • Report a bug you found (user: volunteer, password: watchdog).
  • Help spread the word - tell your friends about us or mention us on Twitter and Facebook.
  • Fix one of the bugs listed in our bug tracker (user: volunteer, password: watchdog)

If you have ideas you'd like to share with us, feel free to contact us or post about it on the volunteers mailing list.

We're hiring

Wait, you get paid for this? Yep, and we're always looking for more to join the team. If you're interested, send us an email and tell us why you think you'd be a good fit.

We're especially looking for talented programmers at the moment.

How can Watchdog.net help me?

All of our source code and source data is open. Plus, every important page is also available as an API -- look at the bottom to see how you can get it as N3, XML, or JSON or just query the site with the appropriate Accept: header to get a machine-readable version.

We're also working on a variety of other APIs and tools. For full details, read our developer documentation.

Meet the team...