Our aim is to develop BibleTime into a really mature Bible study application that can by used by everyone. To achieve this, we need your help. There are different possibilities for supporting the BibleTime project directly and indirectly:
Do you want to pray?
Praying is something everybody can do. If you are praying for the Sword and BibleTime projects you are helping us as much as the other team members of the BibleTime project.
Do you want to report a bug or suggest a new feature?
You can use BibleTime's bug tracker to report problems with BibleTime that you are experiencing. Please be sure to include the version of BibleTime you are using, your Sword version, information about Qt version and your operating system, plus everything else that is neccessary to reproduce the bug. Before you submit the bug, please query the database to see if a similar bug has already been handled (and is therefore has "closed" status).
You may also use the BibleTime's bug tracker to make suggestions for features you would like to see in BibleTime. We ask for your understanding that due to our limited time and to our own plans for BibleTime we cannot always comply with all wishes.
Do you know how to program software?
Do you know how to program in C++? Are you familiar with the Qt programming interface or are motivated to learn it? If you have time to regularly work on the BibleTime source code we ask you to join our team. If you want to do so, please read the page Join us.
Do you know how to write documentation?
Do you think you would be good in working on BibleTime's English documentation? If you think you are, please read the page Join us.
Can you translate English into another language?
BibleTime should be useable for everyone. That is why we need a translation into your language, if it is not yet available. If you decide to start working on a translation please contact us on the development mailing list to see if the translation has been started by another team member. We will provide you with the files which should be translated.
You can find more information about the translation process on the page translation.