Promote



There are many ways to contribute to the ORCHID community, lacking technical or programming skills that also contribute to promoting ORCHID.

Web site

Help on the website is always appreciated. Of course, you will need a minimum knowledge of HTML, but no one needs you to have some cool know-how. You can clone the site from the git repository and submit the changes.

Translation is also required for the website.

Use your graphics skills

There are several ways you can use your graphic skills that can benefit the whole community.

  • Create new icon sets, add them to the appropriate repository and share them with the world.
  • If you think that you have an idea for a better design or even for the entire user interface – we are ready to experiment!

Help for other users

Besides creating a good development platform, it is also extremely important for us to create a strong community around it.   You can help us achieve this goal directly by helping other ORCHID users.

  • Create tutorials. At all levels, new tutorials are welcome across the community; from an ORCHID novice to an advanced user and even to some development topics, for example, how to create your own extensions.

  • Participate in forums. Ask questions, answer questions or solve problems of other ORCHID users; discuss issues and features; Share tips, tricks, and tricks participate in sweepstakes or contests; and meet new friends along the way.

Spread the word!

First of all, keep in mind that we want to keep the community friendly, helpful, and polite; therefore, please encourage good behavior through your own interactions with other people in the community.

  • Write articles about ORCHID – publish articles in online magazines and blogs, or even in print. Do not forget to add the current link (or print URL)

  • Create screenshots. If you are aware of a new feature under development, consider creating one or more screenshots to illustrate this.

  • Get more developers. If you know or meet people with programming skills, introduce them to the community and ask if they might be interested in developing ORCHID.