GNU Guix is a large project developed mostly by volunteers from all around the world. You are welcome to join us in the development mailing list or in the #guix channel in IRC Freenode. Tell us how would you like to help, and we will do our best to guide you.
We want to provide a warm, friendly, and harassment-free environment, so that anyone can contribute to the best of their abilities. To this end our project uses a “Contributor Covenant”, which was adapted from url. You can find the full pledge in the CODE-OF-CONDUCT file.
We use Savannah as the central point for development, maintenance and distribution of the Guix System Distribution and GNU Guix.
The source files for all the components of the project, including software, web site, documentation, and artwork, are available in Git repositories at Savannah.
We are always looking for artists to help us design and improve user interfaces, and create multimedia material for documentation, presentations, and promotional items.
The artwork used in the different components of the project is available in the guix-artwork repository.
You can read the project documentation already available in the system and in the website, and help us identify any errors or omissions. Creating new manuals, tutorials, and blog entries will also help users and developers discover what we do.
Helping improve the documentation of the packaged software is another way to contribute.
Hundreds of software, documentation, and assets need to be packaged to make it easier for users to install their favorite tools with the Guix package manager, and be productive using the system.
Information on how to add packages to the distribution can be found label.
You will find it useful to browse the Guile manual or other introductory material about Scheme. Also, make sure to read the label section of the manual for more details on the development setup, as well as the coding and cooperation conventions used in the project.
Our system infrastructure makes it possible for all the contributors to communicate and collaborate in the project, and users to be able to download and install packages. Help us keep the system up and running smoothly.
Test and Bug Reports
Install the software and send feedback to the community about your experience. Help the project by reporting bugs. You can also get started by picking an “easy” bug to work on.
Software packages provided by the system may have their own translation tools. Visit their websites and help translate.
Other resources for contributors
Documents, supporting material of previous talks, and auxiliary information useful to hackers and maintainers is available at git://git.sv.gnu.org/guix/maintenance.git.