Pines is maintained by a small team of developers solely dedicated to the Pines project. However, you can help us improve Pines, even if you aren't a programmer.
One area where you can easily help improve Pines is bug tracking. If you find a problem while using Pines that could be fixed by us, you can help us by reporting it.
You can also help us improve by simply giving us some ideas. Is Pines missing something that would help you out a lot? Is there something in Pines that could be a lot better or easier? You can help us by requesting new features.
If you are a programmer, and you'd like to build your project using Pines, or help us improve what's already in Pines, you can download all of Pines' source code and help us by improving and extending it. Here's some helpful documentation to get you started. Keep in mind, the Pines Development Book is still a work in progress, but should get you started with a development environment and a good understanding of the Pines framework.
If you've already made a component or template, and you'd like to share it with other Pines users, you can help us by uploading it to the community repository. It will be available to other Pines users right in their Pines Plaza.