Contribute to Open Food Network
Open Food Network is entirely driven by people who believe that a new food system is possible, and want to help build it. Our community is open and we welcome your skills, whatever they are.
Open Food Network relies on many people’s skills across a range of projects.
We have created an Open Food Network handbook that explains many of the roles and projects in our community, and how to join in and begin working on them. But often we don’t even know what we’re missing until some enthusiastic person joins the project and brings their expertise and energy to a process or project, so please do join us if you have something to contribute.
Contribute to our open source software platform
Some of the roles related to our open source software platform include:
- system administration
- software development
- UX design
- product management
- pipe co-ordination
Contribute to other work
We not only build a software platform, we are also building a community of Open Food Network instances around the world, and providing other tools and resources that help community food enterprises and economies thrive.
We need people to help run Open Food Network instances around the world. Where there isn’t yet an Open Food Network instance, it takes passionate people to start one!
We also have many other tasks that we welcome people to contribute to, including customer support, communications and marketing, design, fundraising, and more.
There are roles to help run many of our sector development programs, including research, incubator and mentoring programs, and more.
Read more about how to get involved in Open Food Network in our handbook.
Learn more about our global project
You can visit our global website to learn more about how Open Food Network is operating around the world, and where it is being used.
Find out how we can help
Have an idea, a project or a question? Want help using the Open Food Network software? Get in touch and find out how we can help you with it.
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