Europaio Projects are mainly supported by the work and collaboration of many of our learners
and readers, organized in a somehow independent meritocracy; experts discuss the definitive shape
of the Europaio language within the Europaiom Consortium; and Dnghu publishes commercial, Open Source
and Libre projects.
All these projects have to be driven and coordinated within a stable legal and organizational
framework with its own staff. This framework is provided by Dnghu.
To date, there are no current needs for paid workers, as we rely mainly on free collaborations.
If you are looking for a traditional, stable, well-paid job, this is certainly not for you.
However, if you don't mind working for an unstable, decentralized, Open Source/Libre-driven, collaboration-lead
not-for-profit organization, you have come to the right place.
While collaboration in Dnghu's Europaio-based projects can generally be anonymous,
to become an active member of Dnghu you will have to send us your curriculum, and being
European is a very important condition, although not essential.
Good commercial and marketing strategies are necessary if we are to survive in the long-term. If you
are an expert in these issues, and want to share your ideas with us, or
maybe become a Dnghu member, please