Want to contribute?
You don't only wanna be a passive user? You want to do something? Change the world and make it a better place? Great. You can help bringing GnuPG to OS X and beyond by getting involved with the GPGTools Project Team. You don’t have to be a developer and you don’t need to spend lots of time. Take a look at the opportunities below and feel free to ask if you have any questions.
Interested in helping others get the most out of using GnuPG and related projects? Our support process relies on enthusiastic contributors like you. Join the community and answer user questions on our support platform.
Get involved by making our projects available in your local language. Visit the localizations-Wiki.
Testing and Quality Assurance
QA is one of the easiest ways to get started with GPGTools and is a great way to get familiar with our code and tools. Help us hunt down bugs, test our web sites or learn more about other testing opportunities.
Developers can help us by adding new features and making development easier for others. You can find many open issues in our ticket system. Our web sites are open for web ninjas to hack on too.
Marketing and Evangelism
Help us spread the word about how our projects are building a better world. There are opportunities to promote GPGTools to users, developers and students. Also please sign and upload our OpenPGP key. Start today and e.g. convince a friend to setup mail encryption for save communication.
We believe in the power of well-made and widely distributed art, and want to make it possible for artists to cover the web and people with designs inspired by GPGTools. Take part and help us to design nice logos and more.
Our website and all the wikis for each project need a lot of continual help. Sometimes only 5 minutes help to improve our documentation a lot (e.g., this wiki page). What you'd need for that is a GitHub-Account which is free and easy to setup.
GPGTools is an open source project and we all do this out of love for the project. Of course, donations are very much appreciated. The funds will be used for the development of the GPGTools project: developer accounts, marketing, design, etc. Donate here.
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