To get up and running quickly, fork the github repository and make all your changes in your local clone.

Git-flow is prefered as git workflow, but as long as you make pull requests against the develop branch, all should be well. Pull requests should always have tests, and if relevant, documentation updates.

Feel free to create unfinished pull-requests to get the tests to build and get work going, someone else might always want to pick up the tests and/or documentation.

Add yourself to the CONTRIBUTORS file if you want, we want you to be proud of your work!


Django’s testcases are used to run the tests.

To run the tests in your (virtual) environment, simple execute


This will run the tests with the current python version and Django version installed in your virtual environment.

To run the tests on all supported python/Django versions, use tox.

pip install tox

If you want to speed this up, you can also use detox. This library will run as much in parallel as possible.


The documentation is built with Sphinx. Run make to build the documentation:

You can now open _build/index.html.

Coding style

Please stick to PEP8, and use pylint or similar tools to check the code style. Also sort your imports, you may use isort for this. In general, we adhere to Django’s coding style.