The first result from Googling "dolphin KDE source code" is https://github.com/KDE/dolphin , which has a one-line README
- See http://dolphin.kde.org for information about Dolphin.
which redirects here. The code and commit history are indeed mirrored on GitHub. But developers wondering about changes ("pull requests" on GitHub), issues, project status, etc. will either realize the info is not on GitHub and give up, or follow the link here... and find no information for developers and give up. I had similar problems looking for other KDE projects.
Either that barebones GitHub README should be expanded to point developers to relevant resources (https://www.kde.org/applications/system/dolphin/development , Phabricator, bugs.kde.org ?), or this page needs to have something for developers.
This is a question for the Dolphin developers. There is a Dolphin page on community.kde.org; maybe the link should go there? We could have a similar link here, but more extensive developer info really doesn't belong here.
Thanks, I filed KDE bug 408967 against Dolphin. It is quite a confusing maze! https://dolphin.kde.org is "the" website for Dolphin in applicaiton info, so it's not just for developers; if "community" is the right place then this page could have have a
- https://community.kde.org/Dolphin has information for developers