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Here at Kubuntu, we pride ourselves on being a "Friendly Computing" community!

Our aim is to provide a robust, high quality, desktop computing experience based upon the KDE Software Compilation installed as a distribution flavour of the "Ubuntu" GNU/Linux operating system.

This Wiki is the centralised collection of Kubuntu resources. In a nutshell, "you've come to the right place. We have organised this Wiki based upon categories/areas that you might want to consider getting involved in.


Just being here in the first place is a contribution. Perhaps this will come as something of a surprise, but just being a Kubuntu user represents a significant contribution to our community. After all, what point is there in creating a fantastic computer operating system, if there are no fantastic users actually using it?

Interested in becoming a Kubuntu member? Then the following resources should help you with this:


We're really proud of our user documentation! You can read it here. We seek to provide amazing documentation for you. If you're interested in working on our documentation, then the following resources should be useful:


Do you like installing and experimenting with the latest and greatest software? Want to see what's coming up in future releases, and be ahead of the curve? Then jump right in and start testing.

Bug Fixing

Do you have a knack for fixing stuff?

Then why not become part of the "Kubuntu Bugs" team:


Perhaps you're destined to be a Kubuntu Ninja. Our packagers are revered, respected and greatly valued in our community. Imagine how you'll feel knowing that millions of people around the globe are using software that you built and packaged. Check out these pages to get started, and remember: we're available on #kubuntu-devel on and on the kubuntu-devel mailing list to help and support you!



At Kubuntu, we maintain a CI (Continuous Integration) software build system, which is responsible for much of the heavy lifting when it comes to packaging and testing.

propose to deprecate

These links appear to be unmaintained and need updating or deprecating.

  • Kubuntu/ProjectNeon (this is very excessive information and the stuff about neon in the techbase is more suitable really)

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