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13 Ways to Contribute to the Open Source Software Community:
  1. Donate money to the project of your choice.
  2. Sponsor a hacker to add a feature or fix a bug.
  3. Hire a hacker to train your employees.
  4. Donate code.
  5. Report a bug.
  6. Answer a question on a mailing list.
  7. Encourage your employees to contribute to a project of their choice.
  8. Replace a proprietary tool with a free one.
  9. List the free software you use on your website.
  10. List the free software you use in a press release.
  11. Give a talk to a Linux User Group meeting.
  12. Donate 10% of the money you've saved by using free software to the projects that have saved you money.
  13. Write a thank you note to a project that's saved you time.
Related Links:
Who's Funding Free Software? Issuezilla Issue Writing Guidelines
Gnome Desktop Integration Bounty Hunt
Open Source Initiative (OSI)