Whether you're an experienced Linux user or you're just getting started with open-source software, there are lots of ways to get involved with the Ubuntu community.
Contribute by writing or packaging new software or fixing bugs in existing software. We're always ready to embrace new technologies.
Help produce official documentation, share the solution to a problem or check, proof and test documents for accuracy.
Put your creativity to work by improving the look and feel of Ubuntu. Help design themes, graphics or backgrounds for the next release.
Share your technical know-how with other users on email and discussion lists, or Internet relay chat (IRC) channels. Help users by answering questions in forums.
Help make Ubuntu even better by working with bug reports to ensure they're clear, complete and if possible, easy to reproduce. Anyone can help!
Help and information
Official documentation explains everything from adding new applications to configuring networks.
Access forums, live chat sessions or mailing lists and benefit from the technical knowledge of Ubuntu community members.
Planet Ubuntu is your window into the world, work and lives of Ubuntu developers and contributors.
Learn more about how the community is organised and how responsibility is allocated.
Review the Code of Conduct to which community members subscribe. It's our bible for collaboration and helps define the way we all work together.
Learn about the dozens of project teams, their contributions to Ubuntu and how they work.
Find and join an official local community (LoCo) team near you, or get advice on how to create a team in your local community.