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Content# The Source

VNDB is open source. The full source code of the site is available as a [git repository](http://git.blicky.net/vndb.git/).You can use it to track changes to the code or even run your own instance of VNDB. Check the README in the git repository for instructions.

VNDB is built on the following technologies:

- [Perl](http://www.perl.org/)
- [TUWF](http://dev.yorhel.nl/tuwf)
- [PostgreSQL](http://www.postgresql.org/)


# Contributing

Code contributions are more than welcome! For small bug fixes or minor and undisputed improvements, feel free to send a patch or pull request without prior discussion. If you have an idea for a new feature, I strongly recommend opening a thread on the forums to get some feedback before you start coding. Otherwise you may be wasting your time on features that aren't even welcomed in the community or could have been better integrated with other parts of the site.

Contributions can be sent in two ways:

- You can clone the git repo with your changes on a public code sharing site (e.g. Gitlab, Github, Bitbucket), so that I can pull from it.
- For smaller changes, you may also send a patch using [git format-patch](http://robots.thoughtbot.com/send-a-patch-to-someone-using-git-format-patch). Patches can be sent over email ([contact@itpaystograduate.com](mailto:contact@itpaystograduate.com)) or using a file exchange such as [f.blicky.net](http://f.blicky.net/).

If you are stuck, don't hesitate to ask for help on [IRC](irc://irc.synirc.net/vndb) or on [the forums](/t/db).
# The Source

VNDB is open source. The full source code of the site is available as a [git repository](http://g.blicky.net/vndb.git/).You can use it to track changes to the code or even run your own instance of VNDB. Check the README in the git repository for instructions.

VNDB is built on the following technologies:

- [Perl](http://www.perl.org/)
- [TUWF](http://dev.yorhel.nl/tuwf)
- [PostgreSQL](http://www.postgresql.org/)


# Contributing

Code contributions are more than welcome! For small bug fixes or minor and undisputed improvements, feel free to send a patch or pull request without prior discussion. If you have an idea for a new feature, I strongly recommend opening a thread on the forums to get some feedback before you start coding. Otherwise you may be wasting your time on features that aren't even welcomed in the community or could have been better integrated with other parts of the site.

Contributions can be sent in two ways:

- You can clone the git repo with your changes on a public code sharing site (e.g. Gitlab, Github, Bitbucket), so that I can pull from it.
- For smaller changes, you may also send a patch using [git format-patch](http://robots.thoughtbot.com/send-a-patch-to-someone-using-git-format-patch). Patches can be sent over email ([contact@itpaystograduate.com](mailto:contact@itpaystograduate.com)) or using a file exchange such as [f.blicky.net](http://f.blicky.net/).

If you are stuck, don't hesitate to ask for help on [IRC](irc://irc.synirc.net/vndb) or on [the forums](/t/db).

VNDB Development

1. The Source

VNDB is open source. The full source code of the site is available as a git repository.You can use it to track changes to the code or even run your own instance of VNDB. Check the README in the git repository for instructions.

VNDB is built on the following technologies:

2. Contributing

Code contributions are more than welcome! For small bug fixes or minor and undisputed improvements, feel free to send a patch or pull request without prior discussion. If you have an idea for a new feature, I strongly recommend opening a thread on the forums to get some feedback before you start coding. Otherwise you may be wasting your time on features that aren't even welcomed in the community or could have been better integrated with other parts of the site.

Contributions can be sent in two ways:

  • You can clone the git repo with your changes on a public code sharing site (e.g. Gitlab, Github, Bitbucket), so that I can pull from it.
  • For smaller changes, you may also send a patch using git format-patch. Patches can be sent over email (contact@itpaystograduate.com) or using a file exchange such as f.blicky.net.

If you are stuck, don't hesitate to ask for help on IRC or on the forums.