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Is there a list of to-do's for non-coders? I would certainly be willing to
donate writing time assuming there was a list of wants and needs somewhere
to work off of.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joseph W. Shaw II [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Wednesday, May 30, 2001 10:39 AM
> To: will backman
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: ipf
> On Tue, 29 May 2001, will backman wrote:
> > I am almost smart enough to run OpenBSD correctly, but cannot program C
> > beyond "hello world."
> > What can non-programmers do to help.
> > Does the OpenBSD team need anything to help this process along?
> > What can I do to help?
> > I'll be quiet now.
> Buy a release CD, t-shirt, poster, donate hardware, donate money, write
> documentation, and any other number of countless small or large bits that
> help out. While code is certainly at the heart of the OpenBSD project,
> and you'll hear "show me code or shut up" a lot, there are a lot of jobs
> that the guys who can code shouldn't have to and don't need to do if
> volunteers help. Since my time is limited these days, I help out by
> buying releases and t-shirts (from Theo himself at USENIX last summer in
> San Diego where he seemed a lot more personable than via e-mail :) as well
> as donating hardware when and where I can.
> There are tons of things you can do to help. Think of one, and get it