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Developer Community: Ubuntu

The Ubuntu Community

Whether you're an experienced Linux developer or an end user just getting started with Linux, there are many ways for you to participate in the Ubuntu community. Whatever you do, take a few minutes to discuss Ubuntu with other users and become an active member of the Ubuntu community.

build Development

Contribute by writing new software, packaging additional software, or fixing bugs in existing software. book Documentation
Help produce official documentation, share the solution to a problem, or check, proof and test other documents for accuracy.

art Artwork

Put your creativity to best use by improving the look and feel of Ubuntu. Help design graphics and backgrounds, or themes of the next release. Support
Share your technical know-how with other users by joining email and discussion lists, or IRC (chat) channels and respond to users requests for help in forums.
Help and Information

book Documentation

If you are stumped by a problem, chances are someone has encountered it too. First, review official help documents for everything from how to add new applications to configuring a network. chat Support
Access forums, live chat sessions or mailing lists, and benefit from the technical knowledge of others in the Ubuntu community.

Community Blogs

Planet Ubuntu is your window into the world, work and lives of Ubuntu developers and contributors. news News
Keep up-to-date with all the latest Ubuntu news at the Fridge, including the Ubuntu Weekly News - a newsletter produced by our community members.
Community Structure


Learn more about how the community is organised and how responsibility is allocated. code of conduct Code of Conduct
Review the code of conduct to which community members subscribe, and which is the bible for collaboration in the community (helps define the way that we all collaborate and work together).
projects Project Based Teams
Learn about the dozens of project teams working on a variety of projects which contribute to Ubuntu, how they work and what they do. international Local Ubuntu Teams
Find and join an official LoCo team near you, or get advice on how to create a team in your local community.

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