Participants are individuals who are use, develop or support one of the PEGs.
Participants are not the same as prpl Foundation members.
Participants can do the following things:
- advocating for use of prpl created software
- informing developers of PEG strengths and weaknesses from a new user's perspective
- providing moral support (a 'thank you' goes a long way)
- writing documentation and tutorials
- filing bug reports and feature requests
- participating on the discussion board and mailing list
- propose changes to the code
- submit changes to the code under the project license
- edit the wiki
- receive committer access
- serve as a PEG community representative