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Authors, Reviewers, Translators
We are always looking for authors, reviewers and translators to contribute to the Learning Materials project. In addition to a small financial compensation, you will benefit from contacts in a worldwide network of Linux and open source experts and can present yourself as a contributor on the project website.
You should have the following qualifications:
Very good Linux and open source knowledge (at least at the level of the certification you would like to work on or a comparable qualification).
As an author, English at mother-tongue level.
As a translator, mother-tongue level in the target language.
No fear of Git, AsciiDoc and text editors.
We would also like to use this opportunity to invite our readers to join us: If you find any errors or inaccuracies in the Learning Materials, please write to us! We will do our best to clarify and correct them as quickly as possible.
Please indicate the following in your e-mail:
Exam, Topic, Objective and Lesson (e.g. Linux Essentials, 5.2, Lesson 2)
Language (e.g. EN)
Copy & paste of the relevant section
Your question, comment or improvement
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