First thanks for your interest in the OpenRefine community. OpenRefine is 100% supported by volunteer and we are always looking for new participant to jump in!
Interested to participate in the development of OpenRefine? You can help to
- Develop the next version
- Develop the Documentation and Support other Users
- Promote OpenRefine around you!
The discussion list is the best place to engage with the rest of the community and ask questions!
Develop the Next Version
You have some developers skills and want to help fix current bug and develop the next release of OpenRefine? Log in on GitHub and fork OpenRefine repository. We accept pull request on a regular basis.
You’ll find more information regarding OpenRefine architecture in the Documentation for Developers wiki section.
You can help us to fix open issue or propose new enhancement using the Issue List.
Documentation and Support Users
Not a coder but still want to help? No worries you can help OpenRefine to grow in many ways.
Help us to maintain the wiki
Anyone with a GitHub account can edit the documentation.
Answer other questions
Anyone is invited to ask questions regarding OpenRefine usage on the mailing list. You can keep an eye on it and answer when
Share your tutorials
We will also add it to the OpenRefine Custom Search Engine
Promote OpenRefine in Public Events
The event page also list previous presentations as catch up and source of inspiration for your presentation!
Current & Previous Contributors
- Lead Developer: Tom Morris - @tfmorris - Github
- Sponsor, Tester, Documentation: Thad Guidry - @thadguidry - Github
- Documentation & Community: Martin Magdinier - @magdmartin - GitHub
- See list of all recent code contributors
This software was created by Metaweb Technologies, Inc. and originally written and conceived by David Huynh firstname.lastname@example.org. Metaweb Technologies, Inc. was acquired by Google, Inc. in July 2010 and the product was renamed Google Refine. In October 2012, it was renamed OpenRefine as it transitioned to a community-supported product.
They helped to develop Gridworks and Google Refine (in chronological order):
- David Huynh email@example.com
- Stefano Mazzocchi firstname.lastname@example.org
- Vishal Talwar email@example.com
- Jeff Fry firstname.lastname@example.org
- Will Moffat email@example.com
- James Home firstname.lastname@example.org
- Iain Sproat email@example.com
- Tom Morris firstname.lastname@example.org
- Heather Campbell email@example.com
- Thad Guidry firstname.lastname@example.org
- Paul Makepeace email@example.com
- Tomaž Šolc firstname.lastname@example.org
- Gabriel Sjoberg GabrielSjoberg@gmail.com
- Rod Salazar email@example.com
- pxb firstname.lastname@example.org