GhostBSD is developed by a team of BSD users and supported by its widespread community. 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, app development and more. Find out more about how to get involved!
Having as many people as possible to test the next versions of GhostBSD on as many different hardware configurations as possible, makes the experience better for everyone. If you have a few hours to spare and are willing to detail any problems you run across, see Becoming a Beta Tester in the handbook for more info on how to submit error reports.
Wiki and Website articles
If you want to polish your skills with words, write a tutorial or an article about GhostBSD, want to help by writing Wiki or site content, let us know by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org list.
Help with translations
Currently, GhostBSD is by default only available in English. We want this to change and hope to roll out some international features in the future versions. For that however, we need help from our community. If you want to contribute a translation of any GhostBSD content, let us know on ghostbsd developments list
Display or contribute artwork
If you want to let the world know you are using GhostBSD, check out the artwork which can be displayed on your website, blog, or other social media sites. If you have an idea on how to improve the look and feel of GhostBSD, want to design a wallpaper, GNOME theme, icon set or anything of this sort for the distribution (or if you already have), pop us a message on email@example.com list.
Want to know how you could help?
check out the To Do list
Have an idea?
Bring it up on the GhostBSD Forum