Phabricator is an open source collection of web applications which help software companies build better software.
Phabricator includes applications for:
- reviewing and auditing source code;
- hosting and browsing repositories;
- assembling a party to venture forth;
- tracking bugs;
- managing projects;
- writing stuff down and reading it later;
- hiding stuff from coworkers; and
- also some other things.
You can learn more about the project (and find links to documentation and resources) at Phabricator.org
Phabricator is developed and maintained by Phacility. The first version of Phabricator was originally built at Facebook.
Please update your install to HEAD before filing bug reports. Follow our bug reporting guide for complete instructions.
We're big fans of feature requests that state core problems, not just 'add this'. We've compiled a short guide to effective upstream requests here.
Please visit our IRC Channel (#phabricator on FreeNode) to talk with other members of the Phabricator community. There might be someone there who can help you with setup issues or what image to choose for a macro.
Phabricator participates in HackerOne and may pay out for various issues reported there. You can find out more information on our HackerOne page.
We do not accept pull requests through GitHub. If you would like to contribute code, please read our Contributor's Guide for more information.
Phabricator is released under the Apache 2.0 license except as otherwise noted.