There are many ways to support XBMC, and they are surly not limited to the suggestions on this page. Anything that spreads the word is good, so tell your friends, submit stories to websites, the possibilities are endless. Also non-technical help is always welcome. If you feel that you could help with documentation, translations, graphics, or anything else, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with us.
We are always willing to accept donations for our hard work. If the software has saved you some money, or if you’ve implemented it at work or school, we ask that you show your appreciation by donating.
While we do our best to keep XBMC as stable as possible, it is an ever-changing piece of software under very heavy development. If you do stumble across a bug, please provide the relevant information in the form of a ticket on TRAC.
It has become commonplace in the open-source community to say “patches welcome” and we’re no different. If you have stumbled upon a bug and squashed it or added a feature you would like to share, please visit our TRAC page and submit the patch so that we may review your changes and get them added to our codebase.
We are always looking for fresh news that relates to XBMC. If there’s something that you would like to see on the front page please let us know.