Step 1: Set Up Your GitHub Repository
Create a new public GitHub repository or use an existing one that hosts your Connector's code.
• README file
Include a clear and comprehensive README.md file detailing how to use your connector.
• License file
Add a license file to your repository. We will review the license and contact you if there are any license incompatibilities..
• Upload your code/template
Upload the source code for a custom Connector or upload the template for a template-based Connector.
• Make it public
Ensure the repository is set to 'Public'.
Step 2: Submit Your Connector
Before filling out the subsmission form, ensure all the required files are available.
• Your Information
Provide your name, website, and email address. Your email address will only be used for communication with the Camunda Team. It will not appear in Marketplace
• Connector details
Ensure you have a title, description, GitHub repository URL, and feature list for the Connector.
• Connector images
Complete your Connector's profile with a logo and screenshots. Host your images on a website or platform that allows you to generate a downloadable URL.
• Support Links
Support page and documentation links are required. It is possible to submit additional resources such as video tutorials.
Step 3: Review By Camunda
After submitting your Connector, it will go through a review process at Camunda. During this review, we will carefully evaluate your submission to ensure that all necessary information has been provided and that it adheres to our guidelines. If your Connector meets all of our requirements, it will be approved and added to Camunda Marketplace. However, if there are any issues or additional details needed, we will contact you using the provided contact details to discuss the matter further.
Thank you for your submission, and we look forward to working with you!