There are many different ways to contribute to Taiga’s platform, from patches, to documentation and of course, developing new tools Taiga related, just find the one that best fits your skills. Check out our detailed contribution guide.
These are the contributions community developed that boost your Taiga’s environment with features, authentication or automation.
Ansible for Taiga
Ansible Role for Taiga
This Docker repository provides custom taiga-front and taiga-back docker images with additional plugins and a production ready docker-compose.
A Python module for communicating with the Taiga API
This container runs Taiga from Github release tags on Fedora 31. The container contains the OpenID plugin out of the box, but it’s only enabled if an OpenID configuration exists in the environment. There’s also an LDAP synchronization that can be ran in a separate container. This is also an optional feature. The container is used in production by Prehensile Tales running in Podman.
Taiga plugin for Active Directory authentication
The Taiga plugin for kerberos authentication
Extended Taiga.io plugin for LDAP authentication
An OpenID / Keycloak Authentication Plugin. Heavily based off of taiga-contrib-github-auth
The Taiga plugin for SAML authentication
A deployer tool for Taiga.io project
The Taiga plugin for FAS (Fedora Account System) authentication.
TaigaPHP is a PHP wrapper used to handle the Taiga.io API easily
On Taiga PM you can read about some of the features of Taiga 5
Taigo is a Go wrapper used to handle the Taiga.io API easily