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If you like programming, and especially coding on FreeBSD, we would love to see you join the {{citelink|website|url=team/|txt=PC-BSD® Team}} as a PC-BSD® committer. Developers who want to help improve the PC-BSD® codebase are always welcome! If you would like to participate in core development, subscribe to the {{citelink|pcbsdlists|url=dev|txt=developers mailing list}}. Once you have signed up, feel free to browse the active tickets in the PC-BSD® [[http://trac.pcbsd.org/report Trac database]]. If you see something that you want to work on, or have a proposal for a project you wish to add to PC-BSD®, please let us know via the developers list and we will be happy to help get you started.
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If you like programming, and especially coding on FreeBSD, we would love to see you join the {{citelink|website|url=team/|txt=PC-BSD® Team}} as a PC-BSD® committer. Developers who want to help improve the PC-BSD® codebase are always welcome! If you would like to participate in core development, subscribe to the {{citelink|pcbsdlists|url=dev|txt=developers mailing list}}. Once you have signed up, feel free to browse the active tickets in the PC-BSD® [http://trac.pcbsd.org/report Trac database]. If you see something that you want to work on, or have a proposal for a project you wish to add to PC-BSD®, please let us know via the developers list and we will be happy to help get you started.
  
 
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Revision as of 12:42, 9 December 2013

(Sorry for the inconvenience)

If you like programming, and especially coding on FreeBSD, we would love to see you join the PC-BSD® Team[1] as a PC-BSD® committer. Developers who want to help improve the PC-BSD® codebase are always welcome! If you would like to participate in core development, subscribe to the developers mailing list[2]. Once you have signed up, feel free to browse the active tickets in the PC-BSD® Trac database. If you see something that you want to work on, or have a proposal for a project you wish to add to PC-BSD®, please let us know via the developers list and we will be happy to help get you started.

Most of the PC-BSD® specific GUI tools are developed in C++ using the QT Libraries, and other non-GUI development is done using standard Bourne shell scripts. There may be cases where other languages or libraries are needed, but those will be evaluated on a case-by-case basis, so feel free to let us know your proposals on the developers mailing list.

Developers will also find the following resources helpful:

  • [Developers Development Wiki][4]
  • [GettingSource Getting PC-BSD® Source][5]


References


  1. http://www.pcbsd.org/en/team/
  2. http://lists.pcbsd.org/mailman/listinfo/dev
  3. http://lists.pcbsd.org/mailman/listinfo/commits
  4. Developers
  5. GettingSource
  6. http://doc.qt.digia.com/4.7/qmake-manual.html
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