Join the
Maintainer Program

Receive rewards and official maintainer status for helping contribute to Airbyte’s connector ecosystem.

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Apply for the program

Contribute in multiple ways

Submit PRs

Complete feature requests, squash bugs, and improve connector performance.

Write Docs

Write tutorials, improve getting started guides, and clarify connector features.

Review PRs

Get paid to mentor engineers and review code submitted through the program.

Program description

Overview

The Airbyte Maintainer Program is a collaboration with the community on important connector maintenance tasks. We aim to improve the quality of connectors by sponsoring various tasks around the features, usability, and reliability of our connectors. Through this program, we hope to empower and recognize veteran and new members alike.

How it works

We have created issues for specific connectors that we want to improve. These issues contain a variety of tasks that members of the Maintainer Program can tackle based on their interests and experience.
If you're interested in the program, please fill out the application online. Once your application is reviewed and you're approved to start the onboarding process, you'll be given three PRs to tackle and access to the maintainers channel in slack. Once these have been merged, you'll receive direct commit access to the Airbyte repository, allowing you to directly clone and push to the repo when making changes.

Once you are in the program as an official maintainer, you will receive the bounties for the tasks listed on the issues. You're also receive additional benefits including custom branded swag, access to beta updates, and more! Full program details are found here.

Why join the program?

Get paid

Get paid for content you write that we publish on our blog.

Direct commit access

Never worry about forking the repo again. Unlock direct commit access to the Airbyte repo.

Beta updates

Contribute your unique knowledge to our global community of data engineers.

Check out our active maintainers

New connectors, ideas, bug fixes, docs, articles, join the movement!
Yiyang Li
@YiyangLi
Vincent Koc
@koconder
Tuan Nguyen
@tuanchris
Ivica Taseski
@itaseskii
Luis Gomez
@lgomezm