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If you don’t have coding experience, or just don’t know Ruby on Rails, there are other, important ways to contribute to the project.
 
If you don’t have coding experience, or just don’t know Ruby on Rails, there are other, important ways to contribute to the project.
  
'''Start by signing up -''' Check [http://www.joindiaspora.com joindiaspora.com] for an invite, or join a [[community supported pod|Community supported pods]] and connect with people. Start using the software and get a feel for it.
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'''Start by signing up -''' Check [http://www.joindiaspora.com joindiaspora.com] for an invite, or join a [http://podupti.me community supported pod] and connect with people. Start using the software and get a feel for it.
  
 
'''File Bugs and Request Features -''' Let the coders know what’s missing, what you need, and what doesn’t work. Feedback from users drives the direction of the project. Learn more [[here|Report a Bug]].
 
'''File Bugs and Request Features -''' Let the coders know what’s missing, what you need, and what doesn’t work. Feedback from users drives the direction of the project. Learn more [[here|Report a Bug]].

Revision as of 22:36, 1 October 2012

If you don’t have coding experience, or just don’t know Ruby on Rails, there are other, important ways to contribute to the project.

Start by signing up - Check joindiaspora.com for an invite, or join a community supported pod and connect with people. Start using the software and get a feel for it.

File Bugs and Request Features - Let the coders know what’s missing, what you need, and what doesn’t work. Feedback from users drives the direction of the project. Learn more Report a Bug.

Write About It - If you blog, or tweet, or have some vocal platform, talk about Diaspora. Let people know you’re there, and how you like it.

Add to this Wiki - If you’ve got any helpful tips to add, or if something here isn’t very clear, edit this wiki. It’s a great place to pool user information, so new people can find help and learn about the project.

Make a Video - Make screencasts, make animations, make slideshows. Show people what it is, how it works, and why it’s good for you.

See the Grassroots Community Projects List