Open source projects gain popularity and thrive because of the invaluable contributions of many people. Everyone is capable of helping in some regard, and we encourage you to pitch in however you can. If you want to help, but don't know where to start, we recommend first taking your time to get to know the product and the community so you can be most efficient.
|Forums||We have an active forum where you can get help, help others, and more.|
|IRC||We have an active IRC channel on Freenode, #pfsense. If you have a question, just pop in and ask, and wait for a reply. You can also use FreeNode's WebChat to join the conversation.|
|Social Networks|| Twitter - Follow @pfsense to keep up to date with the latest announcements. Share your thoughts on the project with #pfsense. |
LinkedIn - Join like-minded professionals in our LinkedIn group.
Reddit - Participate in the pfSense subreddit, help answer questions, or point people in the right direction and help spread accurate information.
|Source Code||If you are capable of contributing code changes, we encourage you to do so. The source code can be found on Github and we love receiving contributions from our community.|
|Issue Tracker||Issues and feature requests can be filed on our issue tracker (if you are not sure, please post a question on the mailing list or forum first).|
|Documentation||We can always use help with creating documentation and correcting existing material. If you would like to assist, please check out our documentation repo on GitHub.|
|Daily Snapshots||Run a pfSense Snapshot and help us hunt down bugs in the pfSense software. Any new issues you discover can be discussed on our forum.|