Hybridauth is a community driven project, and it needs your help to keep the project going.
A great way to help is to find and submit bug reports or to fix the existing ones.
When reporting new issues, please provide as much detail and context as possible, otherwise we will be left in the dark about the problem you having.
You can help improve Hybridauth user documentation (this website) by making it more consistent and readable, and by adding missing information, correcting errors and typos.
Hybridauth documentation is maintained as plain text markdown files at https://github.com/hybridauth/hybridauth/tree/master/docs/
If you have fixed a bug or implemented a new feature that you would like to share with the community, send a pull request against the dev branch.
Before contributing code, please consider these guide lines:
Please prevent your IDE for reformatting huge chunks of code/files as it make it nearly impossible to see what changes were actually made to a file on your Pull Request.
Additional providers, minor enhancements, bugs and typos fixes are most welcome. Large and “breaking” changes should be discussed ahead of time. Please ask first.
Hybridauth 3 is compatible with PHP 5.4 and therefore all code supplied must stick to this requirement.
Hybridauth PHP Library is released under the terms of MIT License: By contributing your code to the project, you agree to license your contribution under the MIT License. (which means, once you donate your code to the community, it become freely available to everyone to use, or mis-use).