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 * WhyDebianForDevelopers
  * DebianForNonCoderContributors
 * DebianInstaller
 * [[DebianServiceForDD]]
You have [[DebianInstaller|installed]] Debian on one of the [[SupportedArchitectures|supported architectures]] and you enjoy using it.
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== Architecture ==
 * SupportedArchitectures
  * ArchitectureSpecificsMemo
You think about helping the Debian poject.

You can [[WhyDebianForDevelopers|help if you have programming skills]] but you can [[DebianForNonCoderContributors|help without coding]]

You have already read some [[DebianDocumentation|documentation]].

You can join a [[Teams|team]] where your help will be welcome. There, you will find people eager to help you.

Once you have helped for some time you can become a Debian [[Maintainers|Maintainer]].

Only [[DebianDeveloper]] have important privileges regarding the project's infrastructure.
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 * [[http://packaging-handbook.alioth.debian.org/|Debian Packaging Handbook project homepage]]
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 * the [[BTS]] is the first place to know  * the [[BTS|Debian Bug Tracking System]] is the first place to know
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 * it's good if you can submit [[patch|patches]]

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Introduction

You have installed Debian on one of the supported architectures and you enjoy using it.

You think about helping the Debian poject.

You can help if you have programming skills but you can help without coding

You have already read some documentation.

You can join a team where your help will be welcome. There, you will find people eager to help you.

Once you have helped for some time you can become a Debian Maintainer.

Only DebianDeveloper have important privileges regarding the project's infrastructure.

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