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One of the best ways to start contributing to the documentation is to pick one of the tickets labeled First Timer.
Please do not misinterpret
First Timer as
First Timer does not always mean, that these tickets are suited for beginner or people who are new
For some of them you will need to know Python, Plone or Operating Systems.
First Timer are excellent for your first contribution to the docs because,
these are accessible and straightforward.
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