January 18, 2002
Contributing to BSD without coding
Author: JT Smith
From O'Reilly Onlamp: "Michael Lucas shows what it takes for non-coders to contribute to BSD. This lament has appeared repeatedly on the BSD mailing lists since I started reading them in 1996, and probably far earlier. The standard response is silence. After all, if you've decided you can't help, there's really nothing for anyone to say. What many people don't realize is that they can help, and in an important way -- BSD is not a collcetion of computer code; it is both a community and a set of products." This can be said of all major Open Source projects.
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