A guide to helping the GNU operating system

The GNU Volunteer Coordinators <gvc@gnu.org> can assist you if you wish to help the GNU Project. They will be able to put you in touch with other people interested in or working on similar projects. When you have selected a task from our task lists, please let them know you're interested in working on it.

Please let the GNU Volunteer Coordinators <gvc@gnu.org> know if you take on any task from this list. We want to keep track of what tasks our volunteers are working on.

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How to help the GNU Project

This list is ordered roughly with the more urgent items near the top. Please note that many things on this list link to larger, expanded lists.

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