You can join the VectorLinux project and help in many ways, find out how to contribute here.
As you know, VectorLinux is an open source project made with the efforts of some developers and volunteers. You can join us and help in many ways. From donating money to writing code, there is a lot of stuff you can do. Join the forum to help others, help us to write or improve the documentation, buy the Deluxe edition, test the beta releases, give us your ideas. You can be part of this adventure, join us!
You can donate to VectorLinux through PayPal. By clicking in the button, you will be redirected to the PayPal secure site. Thanks for your support!
VectorLinux Deluxe Edition
Buy VectorLinux Deluxe Edition and support the VectorLinux team! You will receive a lot of extra goodies, like manuals, the unique Multimedia Bonus Disk, lot of extra software. Find more info about Deluxe, including how to buy it at the VectorLinux Store.
Oh, you are a coder! You should say something before! Helping on writing code is always welcome, you can take a look to the unique VectorLinux tools, the VectorLinux Software, our projects for the future and more on the Development section at this site.
If you are not a coder, you still can contribute to the development. You could build packages for the VectorLinux repository, check the documentation here. Also, you can help using software from the testing repository and report your results at the VectorLinux forum. Finally, you can find the beta releases in the downloads section of this site. It is very important to test the development releases to get the better final version. You just have to download one and use it as a normal OS. Report all the bugs, tell us how to improve it and enjoy working with our devs to get the best possible Linux distribution.
Join the Community!
You can help helping others at the VectorLinux Forum. Be part of the more friendly community ever! If you have some experience in Linux, or you know how to do some special stuff, or you simply want to share your tweaks and tips, write about it at the VectorLinux Wiki. Meet some vectorites and support the newcomers at #vectorlinux.