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Is there a place for contributors other than developers?

The Debian Project needs many kinds of human knowledge. On this page we list SOME examples and starting points. This list is not exhaustive.

Please read How to Help Debian Project. Whatever skills you have, ask at user's lists http://lists.debian.org for guidance and include it here. More suggestions of how to help without coding.


Web Designers, Artists, Navigational and Usability experts, Copywriters

Artists, Graphics Man, artwork

Lawyers, Accountants from all countries

Journalists, Copywriters, Marketeers, Branding experts

Event Promoters, Caterers, Host(ess)

Technical documentation writers

Users and Developers

Social human behaviour experts

The objectives are:

  • Helping to solve flamewars. Debian is attempting to create a 'social committee' to address interproject personal conflicts. If you have experience in mediation or have suggestions for a conflict-resolution process, please email the debian-project mailing list or the Debian project leader ( leader@debian.org ) for more private issues.

Resources for knowing a bit more about Debian Project culture: