As an openEuler user, you can contribute to the openEuler community in multiple ways. For details about how to contribute to the community, see How to Contribute. Here, some methods are listed for reference.
Special Interest Groups (SIGs)
openEuler brings together people of common interest to form different special interest groups (SIGs). For details about existing SIGs, see the SIG list.
You are welcome to join an existing SIG or create a SIG. For details about how to create a SIG, see the [SIG Management Procedure](https://gitee.com/openeuler/community/blob/master/en/technical-committee/governance/README.md).
Mail List and Tasks
You are welcome to actively help users solve problems raised in the mail list and issues (including code repository issues and software package repository issues). In addition, you can submit an issue. All these will help the openEuler community to develop better.
You can contribute to the community by submitting code. We also welcome your feedback on problems and difficulties, or suggestions on improving the usability and integrity of documents. For example, problems in obtaining software or documents and difficulties in using the system. Welcome to pay attention to and improve the documentation module of the openEuler community.
openEuler has also opened a channel in IRC as an additional channel to provide community support and interaction. For details, see openEuler IRC.