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  1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
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  4. <meta name="description" content="Where to find support for Free Software - from the community, from companies, and elsewhere" />
  5. <meta name="keywords" content="free software open source support community commercial contract help assistance tech" />
  6. <title>Finding support for Free Software</title>
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  8. <body>
  9. <h1>Finding support for Free Software</h1>
  10. <div id="introduction">
  11. <div class="image">
  12. <img src="/graphics/help.png" alt="question mark"/>
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  14. <p>
  15. There are many ways to find help with Free Software applications.The Free Software support community consists of tens of thousands of volunters and hundreds of companies all over the world, in multiple timezones and languages. Knowing how to get the assistance you need is an important skill, and the resources below are designed to get you started.
  16. </p></div>
  17. <h2 id="subpages">Navigation</h2>
  18. <ul>
  19. <li>
  20. <h3><a href="community-support.html">Community support</a></h3>
  21. <p>
  22. Community support systems are numerous, rich and varied. Learn which is best for your needs.
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  27. <h3><a href="commercial-support.html">Commercial support</a></h3>
  28. <p>
  29. Whether local or remote, commercial support for many Free Software applications is widely available.
  30. </p>
  31. </li>
  32. <li>
  33. <h3><a href="finding-support.html">How to find help</a></h3>
  34. <p>
  35. When you just need an answer, theses tools provide the quickest route to a solution.
  36. </p>
  37. </li>
  38. <li>
  39. <h3><a href="participate.html">Participate!</a></h3>
  40. <p>
  41. Find out why so many people participate in the Free Software support community, and how getting involved could benefit you.
  42. </p>
  43. </li>
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  45. </ul>
  46. </body>
  47. <timestamp>$Date: 2010-12-22 13:58:53 +0000 (Wed, 22 Dec 2010) $ $Author: nicoulas $</timestamp>
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