Yousuf Philips ypharis at
Tue Jun 2 17:26:36 UTC 2020

Hi Chris,

Thank you for the introduction and we look forward to collaborating with
you. You can find details of the various ways you can contribute at the
link below.

If you are bilingual, you can translate Xubuntu into another language.

You can find most of our code repositories on github, if you want to
contribute there.

If your graphic design skills includes designing icons, then you can
contribute to our default icon theme.

If you'd like to join the documentation team, we'd love to have you. Each
week the team collaboratively edits one of the pages/chapters of the
documentation and we finalize these edits on Saturday during an audio zoom
meeting. You can join us in our telegram group ( ) and edit and comment in the
pages/chapters, we've previously or currently working on, which can be
found through the link below.


On Mon, Jun 1, 2020 at 10:06 PM <cbcrenshaw at> wrote:

> Hi all,
> I've been lurking on the list for a little while and finally decided this
> afternoon to send a quick note of introduction. My name is Chris Crenshaw.
> I am a PhD candidate in history at Florida State University in the US, but
> I also have an MS in Information Science. I've been using
> Ubuntu/Xubuntu/other distros since 2007. I contributed in a very minor way
> back then and look forward to giving it another shot now. I have experience
> writing, editing, and publishing, so I would be glad to contribute to
> documentation; and I can also do some graphic design and basic coding. I'm
> looking forward to contributing!
> Where should I start? Where do you need the most help?
> Thanks,
> Chris Crenshaw
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