I’m glad you asked!

If you like OpenDocMan and are looking for ways to help us out we are always happy to have new product evangelists. Here are a few ideas of ways to help us out (in no particular order):

  1. Submit your code changes
  2. Answer questions from users on our community forum
  3. Report any bugs you find
  4. Add new feature requests or vote on current requests
  5. Create a patch to fix a bug or add a new feature
  6. Like our Facebook Page
  7. Follow us on Twitter @opendocman
  8. Write about us on your blog
  9. Donate to our project
  10. Sign-up for hosted OpenDocMan
  11. Purchase an annual support contract
  12. Send us an email and tell us how you are using OpenDocMan at your company
  13. Create some documentation for the project
  14. Send us a testimonial that we can put on our website
  15. Visit our getsatisfaction page
  16. Help translate OpenDocMan into your language

Any of those items in the list help a lot. Our project is run by volunteers. The more the merrier.


Stephen Lawrence – OpenDocMan Developer

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2 Responses to “How can you help the OpenDocMan project?”

  1. James Ball May 2, 2012 at 11:05 am #


    I have a user manual for ODM in MS Word will try to wikize it as time permits.

    if you want it in word let me know.

    Also I think it would be great if you could allow users to “donate” to the project. My company gets a PO you invoice and my company and they pay the invoice.

    Maybe I would get a vote per $ 🙂 to bump up paying voters requests.

    • Stephen Lawrence Jr. May 2, 2012 at 11:35 am #


      Wiki docs would be great! I could also use the MS Word version as well.

      As for the donations, I have typically told people privately that they can “Sponsor” a feature by donating effort, or $$ to the project but I have not put in place any official donation strategy. You might be on to something there.

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