This How-To page details how you can contribute to the continuous co-evolution of the Advanced African FOSS business models training material and the communities around it. To contribute you don't need to be an FOSS savvy or geek. Contributions are welcome from business people, teachers, students, lawyers, computer and information systems scientists, economists, social scientists, FOSS advocates, enthusiasts, etc. In particular you can
a) Improve the quality of the content & provide localized versions of the training materials:
b) Submit case studies and practical examples of FOSS business practices in Africa. You can report case studies by using the template available at Module 2 Q&A or download the document template from here.. You can either add your case study directly at the wiki or you can send it to us by mail to contributor[at]it-inwent.org.
c) Add more resources and literature related to "Advanced African Free and Open Source Software Business Models" on the wiki dedicated to "Selected Resources and Literature".
d) Translate the material into your local language here.
e) Submit photos and artwork to use in the modules.
2. Join the community:
3. Learn with us: You can join an active community of learners and instructors at the ict@innovation E-learning platform http://www.ict-innovation.fossfa.net/e-learning/index.php
4. Contribute support and publicity:
Do you want to know "How to contribute to Open Source Without Coding"? Read the many other ways you can contribute to FOSS in general from here...