Connect Your Project to Contributor.Link!
The Red Hat Open Source Program Office, along with Red Hat's Brand + Creative team, is launching an exciting new free and open source (FOSS) community resource soon and we would love for your project to be a part of it!

Contributor.Link strives to connect participating FOSS projects with entry-level contributors, using directories and other tools that will guide contributors to projects in need of contributors' specific talents, as well as providing guidelines for the participating  projects to better onboard potential new contributors.

When you participate in Contributor.Link, our project will initially provide a connection from Contributor.Link to yours. As Contributor.Link grows, we will help new contributors specify the types of work they are most interested in doing, including coding, graphic design, writing, and event planning, to name a few. We will also work with participating projects like yours to improve their onboarding processes and materials, to make it easier for anyone coming to your project understand the goals of your work and how to get involved!

If you would like to participate and be listed on our Contributor.Link project site, please fill out this form so we can initially add your project to our new project page!

We are very excited to launch this new project, which we hope will grow to become a valuable networking and educational site for contributors and projects to rely on across the open source ecosystem! We hope you will want to be a part of it!
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Please list the specific types of contributors your project needs now *
What is the URL of best landing page for new contributors to your project? *
Who is the best contact person (name, contact info) for your project? (This is for our communications only, not for public sharing.) *
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