Whether you're an experienced BSD user or you're just getting started with BSD system, there are lots of ways to get involved with the GhostBSD community. The GhostBSD project is contributed by first-time users and experience BSD users from around the world. GhostBSD is a community project relying on user input to evolve and grow, so if you have an opinion, share it! The more users actively committed to responding, commenting and suggesting, the more crucial pieces of information we get, to shape GhostBSD with. Its the best way to help create the best possible desktop experience.
If you're an experienced BSD user, you have the opportunity to answer other users questions. The team of GhostBSD project is relatively small, so we need all the support we can get in responding to the new users queries. As much as we focus on making GhostBSD a simple and user-friendly system, there's always going to be problems with specific types of configuration. Members of the community can help pinpoint those problems and solve them with others to make the GhostBSD experience even more enjoyable.
The GhostBSD forums are a great place to share your vision for improvments, get help with issues you might be having or just chat about the system with other members of the community.
Join the GhostBSDchat room, users are online now, ready to help each other, share knowledge, and talk about the operating system in general.
The GhostBSD community has mailing lists to which anyone may subscribe, subscribe now to keep you up to date on various GhostBSD related news. To subscribe to our mailing list please visit: Mailing list.
Spread the word
If you like GhostBSD, let others know. Talk about it with your friends and colleagues. Participate in local events related to open source culture and present GhostBSD as a good choice for home and office users. Write a review and publish it on your blog or distrowatch.com. Also share your review with us. We like reading review, it helps us to understand what we need to focus on and also to get a better view of the direction GhostBSD needs to be moving in.
GhostBSD is developed by a small team of BSD users and Our Open Source Software development is different then other solutions. Our user community can be actively involved in the development of GhostBSD. We are always on the lookout for feedback on missing features, new ideas, application development and more.
You might want to help writing content. If so, we established a Wiki as a home database for all documentation efforts for the GhostBSD project. The upcoming GhostBSD User Handbook information will be based on the collaborative efforts of the Wiki writers. Your contributions are more then welcomed, however link spam or other unwanted additions will be swiftly removed. In order to assist, you simply need to create a login account here -> Join on the Wiki
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