How can I help?
Hi, there. My names Ben Webb and you've probably seen me in these forums a while ago, but I've not been very active recently. I believe in Software Liberty and really would like to help further the cause, but I'm not completely sure how. (See my blogpost - http://freedomdreams.wordpress.com/2008/03/13/what-do-i-want-to-achieve-for-software-liberty/ ). Of course, one of the most obvious ways would be to help you guys with the GNU/Linux Matters network of sites. So, my question is, how can I help?
I was wondering whether my coding skills could be of use, but they're not particularly good (see http://audfairtrade.byethost13.com/ for an example of my website coding, basically a specialised home-grown cms, source here http://github.com/Bjwebb/audenshaw-group-cms), and after checking out your svn I couldn't really work out how the translation bit work together. However, if you think I may still be able to contribute with my coding, then I'd love to do so.
As for helping write the sites, the two bits that really interest me are the two that haven't really got off the ground UndeclaredRight.info and Unconstrained.info, especially the education part (being in education at the moment myself). These are not even in svn, have any work been done on these at all? If I were to start making draft versions of these sites, would it be appreciated?
Anyway, thanks for the great job you guys are doing, and I hope I can help you.
I really ought to wear my t-shirt more often