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The Kubuntu community is made up of individuals and teams working to package software, test it, triage bugs, and then promote Kubuntu to a wider audience. All of the software, artwork, and documentation has been created, tested, used, and discussed openly by people around the world participating in the Open Source community made possible by the Internet. We invite you to help shape Kubuntu to better meet your needs.

Spreading the word

The easiest way to give back to the Kubuntu community is by sharing Kubuntu with others. Recommend Kubuntu to others, show them how to download and install it, and discuss the possibilities and qualities of Open Source Software with them. As our community grows, it becomes more vigorous and supported.

Giving support

Providing support is an awesome way to give back to the community because it is not required to have advanced skills or know everything about Linux or Kubuntu. You'll actually end up learning more as you help others, which increases your own knowledge and skills. This can be a gateway to learning other things, from bug triaging to packaging, and perhaps even to programming. Also, it is quite rewarding to fix the system of someone who is on the other side of the world!

You can give support in the IRC channels, through the Kubuntu Users Mailing List, or through the Kubuntu Forums, Ubuntu Forums, and KDE Forums.

Bug reporting

Filing good bugs is very important to improving the quality of Kubuntu. For information about filing bugs and writing useful bug reports, see Bug Reporting.

For typical responses that you will likely get from upstream KDE developers, see Bug Responses.

Local Teams

If you want to meet other Kubuntu users in your area, look for a Local Ubuntu Community team (LoCo team for short) to join.

Packaging and Development

Information about making packages and helping to develop Kubuntu.


Kubuntu welcomes all translators from all over the world. Translating Kubuntu helps usage by people who are more comfortable with their mother tongue. The required translations can be found here, Kubuntu Translation.


Being a Kubuntu tester involves running bleeding-edge software, testing ISO's to see if they install correctly, and testing packages to confirm that a bug is fixed. If you want to help test Kubuntu, see Kubuntu Testers.

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