We invite all webmasters, web developers and browser developers to join the WebP community, where you can share best practices and tips, report on your experience using WebP and help make WebP (and the web) better. We have set up a number of resources to help you get involved.
If you're interested in contributing directly to the WebP code base, your first stop should be the WebP open-source project pages, where you can download source code snapshots or view and file bugs.
Code Repositories (git)
To download or browse the
libwebp code or test data from our git
repositories, see the repo information listed in the
WebP section at the WebM
Project site. The WebP Codec for Windows project is also listed there. Please
follow the WebM Project instructions for
Getting Help and Giving Feedback
To get help, give feedback or discuss ways of improving WebP and its documentation or code, subscribe to the webp-discuss Google Group.
If you encounter a specific bug, such as an error message, please file an issue in the WebP issue tracker.