Free Software Directory:Participate
Submit new entries
To submit a new entry to the directory:
- Login to the directory
- Head to our submission page.
- Enter the name of the package or software program.
- You will be brought to a multi-part form -- don't panic! Only the first few fields are required.
- The final step is to go to the last tab and press the save button at the bottom.
After our team has reviewed your submission thoroughly, completed adding as much data as possible, and ensured it meets all of our guidelines, your submission will be published on the Directory.
Did you find an error on one of the pages?
If you have, simply click the "Problem with this listing?" button in the bottom left corner of the project's page you are on. Or, if the page you are submitting a but for does not have a button on it, simply go to Bug report form, enter the page name, and then kindly file a bug report.
Did you discover nonfree software or nonfree documentation in the directory? Then please follow the instructions above, and be sure to click the box for the field that asks, "Are you reporting this project as being or containing nonfree software?"
Want to join the team?
Want to join others in the community and help curate and build the new Free Software Directory?
The easiest way to get involved right away is to join the Directory Discussion list. As the community begins to build more of the infrastructure and support documentation, that information will be discussed on the mailing list and eventually updated on this page.
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