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- GNU Project - Free Software Foundation</title>
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<h2>Volunteer Webmaster Quiz</h2>

<p><strong>Want to get involved with www.gnu.org?</strong>  If you're
enthusiastic, and know HTML and a little bit about our work, we'd love
to hear from you!  As a volunteer GNU webmaster, you'll be doing great
work to help support our mission.  You can usefully help with
webmastering in as little as an hour three hours a week, week or as much time as you
have, on a regular basis.</p>

<p>To see what our typical tasks look like, please check our <a
Guidelines</a>. You may be disappointed to find out that these tasks
don't call for the elaborate webmastering techniques that are
standard nowadays, but on the other hand they are very diverse, and
often will require quite a bit of inventiveness on your part.
Moreover, they will give you experience in dealing with people and
complex organizations, a skill that may be applied to many other areas
of life.</p>

<p>Currently, these are the areas that need more help:</p>

  <li><a href="/server/standards/#writeentry">Writing and reviewing 
  items for the Malware section</a></li>
  <li><a href="/server/standards/#mirrors">Checking the status of 
  <li><a href="/server/standards/#deadlink">Fixing dead links</a></li>   
  <li><a href="/server/standards/#addimage">Adding images to the GNU 

<p>If you feel comfortable with our routine tasks, or there is any 
particular area you would like to work on, please answer the following 
questions in English as best as you can, in your own words, and email 
them to <a 
(If you don't feel like becoming a GNU webmaster after all, there are <a
href="/help/help.html">other ways you can help the GNU Project</a>.)</p>


  <li>In your own words, what
  <li>How much time will you be able to devote each week to webmastering 

  <li>What is the Free Software Foundation, GNU operating system, and what is its purpose?</li>

  <li>What is open source?</li> the GNU Project?</li>

  <li>What does a GNU package maintainer do?</li>

  <li>What is free software?</li>

  <li>What is open source, and how does it relate to free 

  <li>What is the Free Software Foundation?</li>
  <li>How comfortable do you feel reading and writing in English?</li>

  <li>Do you have any experience with graphic design?</li>

  <li>Do you have any experience with CVS, Subversion or other version 
  control systems?</li>


<p><strong>Ready?  Email your completed quiz
to <a href="mailto:webmasters@gnu.org?subject=I want to be a GNU
Webmaster"><webmasters@gnu.org></a> with a <em>brief</em> 
introduction about yourself.</strong></p>

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<p>Please send general FSF & GNU inquiries to
<a href="mailto:gnu@gnu.org"><gnu@gnu.org></a>.
There are also <a href="/contact/">other ways to contact</a>
the FSF.  Broken links and other corrections or suggestions can be sent
to <a href="mailto:webmasters@gnu.org"><webmasters@gnu.org></a>.</p>

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