First off, thank you for landing here and considering contributing to Flectra!

This documentation serves as a guide for first-timer and veteran contributors. As an open-core project, Flectra accepts contributions from everyone, Flectra employees and members of the Flectra community alike. The Flectra community comprises users, developers, and other interested parties who contribute their time and expertise.

Depending on your skill set and interest, there are many ways to contribute to Flectra. The table below lists the most important of them.




Target Audience

Join the community

Participate in discussions on the forums, help answer questions, and assist other members of the Flectra community.

Anyone interested in Flectra

Submit bug reports

Help improve the stability of Flectra by reporting the bugs that you discover in supported versions directly to Flectra support. Make sure to include as many details (version, environment, test scenario…) as possible. If you don’t have the Flectra Professional license required for contacting the support, open a new issue on the GitHub repository of Flectra.

Users of Flectra

Translate Flectra

Translate the user interface and documentation of Flectra into different languages.

Anyone fluent in multiple languages

Contribute to the codebase

Submit pull requests to the Flectra GitHub repositories to fix bugs, add new features, or improve the performance and reliability of the product. You can also review and comment on pull requests from other contributors. By contributing to the codebase, you can make a direct and lasting impact on the quality and features of Flectra.

Developers with experience in Python and web development

Contribute to the documentation

Submit corrections and improvements to the Flectra documentation. The product evolves fast, and it can be challenging to consistently reflect these changes in the documentation. By updating the documentation, you can help many users find their way in Flectra.

Anyone interested in improving the Flectra documentation

Create custom modules

Develop new modules to extend the functionality of Flectra. Custom modules can be made available for free or paid on the Flectra App Store or on any other Flectra modules library. By creating custom modules and making them available to others, you can help grow the Flectra ecosystem and provide additional value to users of the platform.

Developers with experience in Python and web development


It is mainly Flectra employees who develop new features for the codebase and write new content for the documentation. Be sure to discuss any idea for a new feature or page with the Flectra team so they can give you the green light before you begin working on it. Some features may already be in development on their side, and only approved features can be merged.