The Dolphin project is looking for more developers, bug reporters, documentation writers and forum volunteers.
Recently the key maintainer of Dolphin, Peter Penz, stepped down from Dolphin maintainership. Another KDE developer Frank Reininhaus took the responsibility of moving this project forward. But, Frank needs help.
Frank writes on his blog, “I do not like to work alone. I have always enjoyed discussions about code with Peter and other developers, and I quite like the idea that all commits should be reviewed. Obviously, discussing patches and review for everyone is only possible if the number of people who contribute to the project on a regular basis is greater than one."
If you have spare time and would like to be a part of a great open source project, here is a good opportunity for you. You can help Dolphin with your coding skills by fixing bugs or adding more features.
If you don’t know anything about programming, then also you can help the project -- you can join their forums and help other users, submit and add more information in bug reports and also help in writing documentation or doing translations in your language.