The Ubuntu community
We are a meritocracy, not a democracy. That means we try to enable the people best equipped to lead, then we let them lead with confidence. Candidacy is contingent on competence. We optimise for signal over noise.
There are many ways you can participate in the Ubuntu community. Just find the right level or interests that works for you.
The Ubuntu Forums are a huge and fast-moving online forum for user chat and problem solving.
The Ubuntu Community Hub is where contributors shape ideas through open discussions.
Share your technical know-how with others by answering questions on Ask Ubuntu, powered by StackExchange.
Join your Ubuntu LoCo (‘local community team’) and meet like-minded people.
In due course, you might stand for election as a leader of one of the Ubuntu councils and teams.
The Ubuntu project is large, you might want to learn about how it works and how it is organised.
The Ubuntu Code of Conduct helps us navigate complex social waters, with diverse interests in a highly technical landscape.
The mission of Ubuntu is to bring the benefits of free software to the widest possible audience.
Our elected Community Council oversees appointments and responsibilities.
Discover community generated how-to’s, tips, tricks and hacks on the community help wiki.
Get the latest Ubuntu news and resources on our insights blog.
There are many ways to communicate with the Ubuntu community. Here are some pointers to get you started.
How would you like to make use of Ubuntu?
In any particular sectors?
Do you have sector-specific requirements?
What is important to you?
Is there anything we should know about the project to bring the right people from our side?
How should we get in touch?
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