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* donate some money (tax-deductible!) to the [[Organization|e.V.]]
 
* donate some money (tax-deductible!) to the [[Organization|e.V.]]
 
* try to verify, refute or fix some [http://tinderbox.openembedded.net/packages/?status=Failed compile failures] or [http://bugzilla.openembedded.org other bugs]
 
* try to verify, refute or fix some [http://tinderbox.openembedded.net/packages/?status=Failed compile failures] or [http://bugzilla.openembedded.org other bugs]
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* Help out with the [http://docs.openembedded.org/usermanual/usermanual.html documentation].  The source is controlled in our git repo.
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* Help us [[push patches upstream]] or participate in our [[bug days]]
 
* add another entry to this list of how to help, yes, that would help us, too ;-)
 
* add another entry to this list of how to help, yes, that would help us, too ;-)
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Revision as of 14:22, 20 May 2009

OE is great and I want to contribute something back. How?

That of course depends on your skills. But you don't need to be an Überhacker to be welcome in the OE community. This is an absolutely non-complete list of things you might want to consider

  • tell others about your positive experience with OE
  • donate some money (tax-deductible!) to the e.V.
  • try to verify, refute or fix some compile failures or other bugs
  • Help out with the documentation. The source is controlled in our git repo.
  • Help us push patches upstream or participate in our bug days
  • add another entry to this list of how to help, yes, that would help us, too ;-)
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