Testing is about software quality, performance, reliability, or product usability. We develop and test Docker software before we release but we are human. So, we make mistakes, we get forgetful, or we just don’t have enough time to do everything.
Choose to contribute testing if you want to improve Docker software and processes. Testing is a good choice for contributors that have experience software testing, usability testing, or who are otherwise great at spotting problems.
Testing documentation is relatively easy:
You should choose something that should work on your machine. For example, creating a base image is something anyone with Docker can do. While changing volume directories in Kitematic requires a Mac and Docker’s Kitematic installed.
What to look for:
If you are interested in writing or fixing test code for the Docker project, learn about our test infrastructure.
View our open test issues in Docker for something to work on. Or, create one of your own.