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Pages in this category, serve as documentation for how to edit and/or fork the OpenHatch codebase.
 
Pages in this category, serve as documentation for how to edit and/or fork the OpenHatch codebase.
  
{{Top_box|'''Essential reading: [http://openhatch.readthedocs.org/en/latest/contributor/getting_started.html Getting started with the OpenHatch code]'''.}}
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If you are not sure what to do, you can just click the "I want to help" button. Go to [https://openhatch.org/+projects/OpenHatch our project page] to do that!
 
If you are not sure what to do, you can just click the "I want to help" button. Go to [https://openhatch.org/+projects/OpenHatch our project page] to do that!
  
 
We really encourage you to [[contact|contact us]] and ask questions. You'll find we're a friendly bunch!
 
We really encourage you to [[contact|contact us]] and ask questions. You'll find we're a friendly bunch!

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OpenHatch is an open source involvement engine. Our code is Free Software, and YOU can participate in development.

Pages in this category, serve as documentation for how to edit and/or fork the OpenHatch codebase.

Essential reading: Getting started with the OpenHatch code.

If you are not sure what to do, you can just click the "I want to help" button. Go to our project page to do that!

We really encourage you to contact us and ask questions. You'll find we're a friendly bunch!