Kotlin is an open source project, and there are many ways you can contribute:
- Language features. Please use the Kotlin Evolution and Enhancement process (KEEP)
if you'd like to make a proposal for the Kotlin programming language.
- Code contributions. Please refer to Contributions section at the Kotlin GitHub repository.
- Filing issues or suggestions. Please use the Kotlin Issue Tracker to file issues or suggestions.
Other types of contributions are described in the Kotlin documentation.
There are many online and in-person Kotlin communities. Please visit the Kotlin community page to
see a list of user groups, Kotlin nights and other ways that you can get involved!
The Foundation is governed by the Board of Directors, who then appoint a president, Lead Language
Designer and members of the Language Committee. JetBrains and Google each delegate two directors to
the board. The independent member is elected by the rest of the board.
Yes, to cover the operational and administrative expenses.
No, Kotlin Foundation is a non-profit entity whose operational costs are covered by JetBrains and Google.
Yes. You are free to use the Kotlin trademark in accordance with our Kotlin brand usage guidelines.
Any use of the Trademark other than those described in the Guidelines must be approved in advance.
If you need a specific license, please refer to the request form.
We are discussing possible ways for companies and individuals to participate, and will provide updates here in the future.
The best way to stay up-to-date on Kotlin is to visit the official Kotlin website, follow the
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