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==Introduction==
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==Getting Started==
This page contains guidelines and help on how to contribute to the Sugar Labs wiki.
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This page contains information on how to get started contributing to the Sugar Labs wiki.
  
 
==Contributing==
 
==Contributing==
This website is free for all to edit, and contributing is extremely easy. All you need is an account for the website (see **Registration** for details). It is recommended that you read through this guide before contributing.
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This website is free for all to edit, and contributing is extremely easy. All you need is an account for the website (see **Registration** for details).
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Please read through this *wikiguide**.
  
 
When should you contribute? Whenever you see something that could be improved or updated! Also, **WikiToDo** contains details of things that need doing. If you notice an error and do not want to correct it yourself, you can report it as a **bug**.
 
When should you contribute? Whenever you see something that could be improved or updated! Also, **WikiToDo** contains details of things that need doing. If you notice an error and do not want to correct it yourself, you can report it as a **bug**.

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Getting Started

This page contains information on how to get started contributing to the Sugar Labs wiki.

Contributing

This website is free for all to edit, and contributing is extremely easy. All you need is an account for the website (see **Registration** for details).

Please read through this *wikiguide**.

When should you contribute? Whenever you see something that could be improved or updated! Also, **WikiToDo** contains details of things that need doing. If you notice an error and do not want to correct it yourself, you can report it as a **bug**.