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If you want to help contribute to Ubuntu, then you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading If you want to help contribute to Ubuntu, then you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading to learn how.
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to learn how. You have just taken your first step toward getting involved. Before you get started, we ask that you please observe the [[https://www.ubuntu.com/about/about-ubuntu/conduct|Ubuntu Code of Conduct]]. It’s not very long and it will help you get started.
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You have just taken your first step toward getting involved. Before you get started, we ask

that you please observe the [[http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct|Ubuntu Code of

Conduct]]. It’s not very long and it will help you get started.

Once that’s done, check out our [[http://www.ubuntu.com/community|community page]].
Once that’s done, check out our [[https://community.ubuntu.com/|community page]].
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The [[Teams]] page contains a listing of the various Community Teams, their responsibilities, The [[Teams]] page contains a listing of the various Community Teams, their responsibilities, links to their '''Wiki''' Home Pages and leaders, communication tools, and a quick reference to let you know whether and when they hold meetings.
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links to their '''Wiki''' Home Pages and leaders, communication tools, and a quick reference

to let you know whether and when they hold meetings.

Most Teams’ Wiki Home Pages provide information about who they are, what they do, when their

meetings are, and how to contact them. Using these pages, teammates are able to communicate

and coordinate projects.
Most Teams’ Wiki Home Pages provide information about who they are, what they do, when their meetings are, and how to contact them. Using these pages, teammates are able to communicate and coordinate projects.
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For participating on the [[http://loco.ubuntu.com/teams|Country]] area team contributing to a

Local Development of Localization and Internationalization and promoting use of

[[http://www.ubuntu.com|Ubuntu]].
For participating on the [[http://loco.ubuntu.com/teams|Country]] area team contributing to a Local Development of Localization and Internationalization and promoting use of [[http://www.ubuntu.com|Ubuntu]].
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Like most communities, we have our [[http://www.ubuntu.com/community/conduct|rules]] and Like most communities, we have our [[https://www.ubuntu.com/about/about-ubuntu/conduct|rules]] and [[https://www.ubuntu.com/about/about-ubuntu/governance|governing body]].
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[[http://www.ubuntu.com/project/about-ubuntu/governance|governing body]].

Anyone can join and participate in most, if not all, of our Teams and Projects. But if you

want an “@ubuntu.com” e-mail address, it has to be earned. Find out how in our [[Membership]]

section.
Anyone can join and participate in most, if not all, of our Teams and Projects. But if you want an “@ubuntu.com” e-mail address, it has to be earned. Find out how in our [[Membership]] section.
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As an active member of our community, you probably should check out what else is going on in

the world of Ubuntu:
As an active member of our community, you probably should check out what else is going on in the world of Ubuntu:
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If you are interested in getting to know other Ubuntu users or seeing a list of Ubuntu teams

outside the general Ubuntu world, check out our [[Social|social network page]].
If you are interested in getting to know other Ubuntu users or seeing a list of Ubuntu teams outside the general Ubuntu world, check out our [[Social|social network page]].
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||'''Released (Current & Stable)'''||'''Version'''||'''Release Schedule'''||'''Support ||'''Released (Current & Stable)'''||'''Version'''||'''Release Schedule'''||'''Support Date'''||
||[[TrustyTahr/ReleaseNotes|Trusty Tahr]]||14.04 LTS||April 17, 2014||Supported until April 2019||
||[[XenialXerus/ReleaseNotes|Xenial Xerus]]||16.04 LTS||April 21, 2016||Supported until April 2021||
||[[ArtfulAardvark/ReleaseNotes|Artful Aardvark]]||17.10||October 19, 2017||Supported until July 2018||
||[[BionicBeaver/ReleaseNotes|Bionic Beaver]]||18.04 LTS||April 26, 2018||Supported until April 2023||
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Date'''||
||[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PrecisePangolin/ReleaseNotes|Precise Pangolin]]||12.04 LTS||April

26, 2012||Supported until April 2017||
||[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/TrustyTahr/ReleaseNotes|Trusty Tahr]]||14.04 LTS||April 17,

2014||Supported until April 2019||
||[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/WilyWerewolf/ReleaseNotes|Wily Werewolf]]||15.10||October 22,

2015||Supported until July 2016||
||[[https://wiki.ubuntu.com/XenialXerus/ReleaseNotes|Xenial Xerus]]||16.04 LTS||April 21,

2016||Supported until April 2021||
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Get the latest Ubuntu Release from the [[http://www.ubuntu.com/download|Download Page]], or

go to the [[http://cdimage.ubuntu.com|Image Page]] for specific '''architectures''' and

'''daily-live''' development images.



Get the latest Ubuntu Release from the [[https://www.ubuntu.com/download|Download Page]], or go to the [[http://cdimage.ubuntu.com|Image Page]] for specific '''architectures''' and '''daily-live''' development images.

Get Involved

If you want to help contribute to Ubuntu, then you’ve come to the right place. Keep reading to learn how.

You have just taken your first step toward getting involved. Before you get started, we ask that you please observe the Ubuntu Code of Conduct. It’s not very long and it will help you get started.

Once that’s done, check out our community page.

Teams

The Teams page contains a listing of the various Community Teams, their responsibilities, links to their Wiki Home Pages and leaders, communication tools, and a quick reference to let you know whether and when they hold meetings.

Most Teams’ Wiki Home Pages provide information about who they are, what they do, when their meetings are, and how to contact them. Using these pages, teammates are able to communicate and coordinate projects.

LoCoTeams

For participating on the Country area team contributing to a Local Development of Localization and Internationalization and promoting use of Ubuntu.

Governance and Membership

Like most communities, we have our rules and governing body.

Anyone can join and participate in most, if not all, of our Teams and Projects. But if you want an “@ubuntu.com” e-mail address, it has to be earned. Find out how in our Membership section.

As an active member of our community, you probably should check out what else is going on in the world of Ubuntu:

If you are interested in getting to know other Ubuntu users or seeing a list of Ubuntu teams outside the general Ubuntu world, check out our social network page.

Releases

Released (Current & Stable)

Version

Release Schedule

Support Date

Trusty Tahr

14.04 LTS

April 17, 2014

Supported until April 2019

Xenial Xerus

16.04 LTS

April 21, 2016

Supported until April 2021

Artful Aardvark

17.10

October 19, 2017

Supported until July 2018

Bionic Beaver

18.04 LTS

April 26, 2018

Supported until April 2023

For more Release information, go to the Releases page. Get the latest Ubuntu Release from the Download Page, or go to the Image Page for specific architectures and daily-live development images.

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