Possible tasks include testing, bugreporting and triaging incoming bugreports; writing code, developing artwork, documentation or translations; supporting and maintaining our infrastructure; or spreading the word and helping out with promotion and marketing both on line and at tradeshows and conferences.
For more information go to the main KDE page.
With KDE Education
The KDE Education team is very open to new people. Join us and have a chat with us on IRC (server: irc.freenode.net, channel: #kde-edu) or contact us via the kde-edu mailing-list. This is a great opportunity to get involved with an open source project!
If you want to help within the KDE Education team you probably find a suitable task below. Your help is welcome!
The easiest way to get involved is to use the applications and give us some feedback about:
- The usability of the user interface.
- The quality of the content (vocabularies, precision of the output etc.)
- Possible targets to use the application for.
- Missing features of the application.
- Bugs araised.
If you would like to use any of the contributed content in the Contributions section, it would be nice if you contacted the contributors and let them know where it is being used.
Writing Content Files
You can contribute various content files. Read more about:
- Creating kvtml vocabulary files
- Writing KTurtle Logo scripts
- Writing Kig macros
- Creating themes for Parley
Please upload files you created to kde-files.org using this upload page.
They will appear on the page and also show up in the download dialogs of the applications. Already available files can be found here:
- KStars Data files
- KTurtle Scripts
- Parley files (kvtml)
- KWordQuiz files (kvtml)
- KHangMan (kvtml)
- Cantor files
- Step files
If you have questions or need help don't hesitate to contact us.