Contribute to Solidity
Solidity continues to improve with help from our global community. Check out these ways to get involved and contribute to the Solidity project.
Reporting issues and vulnerabilities
Translating the documentation
Translations help developers from all corners of the world to be able to read the documentation and learn Solidity.
Fixing and responding to issues
Fixing and responding to issues, especially those tagged as “good first issue”, is a great way to get started for external contributors.
Contributing to language design
We welcome Solidity power users, auditors, security experts and tooling developers to get involved in the Solidity language design process. Join the Solidity forum, where existing properties of the language and proposals for new language features can be discussed.
Stay always up-to-date by following the Solidity blog.
You can see the upcoming changes for the next breaking release by switching from the default branch (
develop) to the
breaking branch. You can actively shape Solidity by providing your input and participating in the language design in the Solidity forumand participating in the yearly Solidity developer surveys.
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Solidity Developer Survey 2023 is Live!
Posted by Vishwa Mehta on December 8, 2023
We recently wrapped up Solidity Summit with a bang and have one last announcement before the end of the year! The Solidity Developer Survey for the year 2023 is live! We would love to collect your feedback and insights regarding Solidity! 📝 TAKE THE SURVEY! 📝 You can find the previous results of the Solidity Developer Survey 2022 here. In 2022, a total of 1401 developers from 100 different countries participated in the survey out of which 41% used Solidity daily, and 37.3%...Read more
Solidity Summit 2023 Recap
Posted by Solidity Team on November 30, 2023
Solidity Summit 2023 Recap We can't believe it's already been two weeks since we met in Istanbul, Türkiye, for the third edition of Solidity Summit! Solidity Summit 2023 was part of the Devconnect week and took place on Thursday, November 16, 2023. With roughly 300 participants, the event was well attended. The day was packed with 15+ sessions on: Solidity internals and tips & tricks Solidity tooling Smart contract testing & security best practices EVM Languages and mechanisms ... and more! The full agenda of the day can be...Read more
Bug in Deduplication of Verbatim Blocks
Posted by Solidity Team on November 8, 2023
On October 24, Ori Pomerantz reported a bug affecting the use of verbatim builtin in Yul code. After investigating, the team was able to confirm the problem and locate its origin. The bug existed in the Block Deduplicator optimizer step, wherein equivalent assembly blocks are identified and merged. verbatim assembly items surrounded by identical opcodes were incorrectly considered identical and unified. The bug existed since version 0.8.5, which introduced verbatim, and only affected pure Yul compilation with optimization enabled. Solidity code or Yul used in inline assembly blocks would...Read more
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Solidity Summit 2023
Istanbul Congress Center, Istanbul, Turkey
11/16/2023 - 11/16/2023
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4/29/2022 - 4/30/2022