Mattermost Community

The Mattermost server repo surpasses 20,000 stars on GitHub

In March 2021, the Mattermost server repository officially surpassed 20,000 stars on GitHub, and we couldn’t be more excited! 

Huge thanks to our community for their incredible support of the Mattermost open source project and their belief in the power of secure workplace messaging solutions built for developers by developers.

Some history and some highlights

The Mattermost project has grown considerably since it launched on June 28, 2015.

Over the years, our ever-growing community has invented and contributed hundreds of impressive features. To highlight our contributors’ achievements, we vote on a Most Valued Professional each month.

Thanks to our community’s help, Mattermost now ships in 18 different languages, and many additional languages are in progress. (If you’re interested in helping out with Mattermost localization efforts, check this out.)

On Feb. 16, 2021, we shipped our most current release, Mattermost v5.32. Here’s a brief timeline of some milestones along the way:

Thinking about contributing to Mattermost?

We release a new version of Mattermost each month. If you are thinking about contributing to the project, take a look at our Help Wanted tickets and see if there are any that interest you. To increase the chances your pull requests are approved, check out this piece on how to submit great PRs.

Keep in mind that there are many different ways to contribute to Mattermost — from being a community advocate and supporting platform, mobile, desktop, and webapp development to building integrations, working on localization, writing documentation, reporting bugs, and suggesting features.

If you’re thinking about contributing to Mattermost, we’d love for you to get involved. Learn more about how to contribute to Mattermost.

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Emily Cook is a software developer working as the Open Source Community Manager at Mattermost. She is a passionate advocate of open source, tech education, and anything to do with advancing STEM opportunities for women and minorities. In her spare time she likes to travel, dote on her dog, and run her very small Etsy shop.

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