Looking for ways to contribute? Whether you’d like to donate your time or your money, there are several options available.
Donate Your Money
If you’d like to contribute financially to the Xfce project, check out the Xfce Team on BountySource. With BountySource, users can put a bounty on a fix or feature they’d like to see implemented. When a developer fills the need, they get paid!
While Xubuntu is unable to receive contributions directly, there’s still several ways to contribute to the project indirectly. Check out the Xubuntu Donate page for more information.
I'll use any funds donated to cover server costs, fund other open source projects, purchase additional hardware for development, and fuel my coffee habit. Any amount is greatly appreciated!
- Become a patron on Patreon or sponsor me on GitHub to send me a monthly tip.
- Send me a one-time tip on PayPal.
Donate Your Time
Bug Reporting and Testing
This is one of the biggest ways anybody can contribute to open source. Here’s a few links to get you started.
If you’ve got a knack for software development, we’re always looking for more help! Join the crew on Freenode.net. You’ll find our developers at #xfce-dev and #xubuntu-devel. Stop on by and chat for a while.
Quality documentation makes software much more accessible to users. Unfortunately, there simply isn’t enough documentation for the wealth of open source software available. This is where you come in, and these links will show you the way.
ranslations make software available in every corner of the world. If you’d like to contribute to translations for Xfce, check out the Getting Started guide. For most other applications that you’d find in Xubuntu, translations are managed on Launchpad. I’ve linked to a few projects below.