We are thankful to everybody who helps us improve the BibleTime software, it's documentation and it's translations.
To become an active member of our team, here are some starting tips.
Source Code Repository
Our source code repository is hosted on Gitorious. If you do not yet have an account on Gitorious please sign up for one to be able to submit merge requests.
Our main repository is the "bibletime" repository where we host our source code and translations for the desktop application, as well as the documentation.
Bug and Issue Tracker
We manage our tasks, bugs and feature requests on BibleTime's bug tracker. If you do not yet have please sign up for one. This is where manage our tasks, discuss bugs, feature requests etc.
For general discussion and important announcements, please subscribe to the BibleTime development mailing list. All developers read this mailing list, so everybody is kept up to date. This mailing list can also be used for support requests. For other important mailing lists, see this page.
We usually idle on the #bibletime channel of the Freenode network (web client). That's also a place where to talk about important BibleTime stuff. Note, however, that although many of us are logged in, we might not actually be behind our computers to answer your questions right away. Usually it doesn't take more than 36 hours, so be patient. But if we are currently online, you might be able to get your questions answered faster than by using the mailing list.
We also host a wiki which contains much useful information. However, there are also many pages which are outdated, so be careful.
For programmers, we recommend the use of Qt Creator as an IDE for hacking on BibleTime as well as on other Qt / C++ projects. For UI translations we recommend the use of Qt Linguist, which is usually part of the Qt. Both tools are available from the Qt Project website.