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생물학에서 상리 공생은 서로 다른 종간에 서로에게 이익이 되는 방향으로 함께 살아가는 것을 말한다. 이 원리는 Arch 커뮤니티에서도 적용되는데 자신이 가장 좋아하는 리눅스 배포판에 기여하는 것도 악어와 악어새 같은 상리 공생이다. 이러한 참여는 Arch 커뮤니티 뿐만 아니라 free and open source software 커뮤니티에도 이익이 되는 것이다.

Official Arch Linux projects

Post on the forums

One of the easiest ways to get involved is participating in the Arch Linux Forums, which allow getting to know the community and help new users.

Please get accustomed with Forum Etiquette. Forum staff can be contacted via

Improve this wiki

ArchWiki is a collaboratively maintained Arch Linux documentation. All users are encouraged to contribute.

Join the chatroom

You can help other users to solve problems on the IRC Channel. It is of vital importance however, that you read both the rules and guidelines before participating. Further channels are available for specific topics.

Report installed packages

pkgstats package provides a cron job that sends a list of the packages installed on your system, along with the architecture and the mirrors you use, to the Arch Linux developers in order to help them prioritize their efforts and make the distribution even better. The information is sent anonymously and cannot be used to identify you. You can view the collected data at the Statistics page. More information is available in this forum thread.

Fix and report bugs

Reporting and fixing bugs on the bug tracker is one of the possible ways to help the community.

However, ineffective use can be counter-productive. Please read the bug reporting guidelines.

Create and adopt AUR packages

The Arch User Repository contains community-made package scripts so that users can easily install software that is not in the official repositories. Popular packages get included into the official [community] repository.

You can help by creating and adopting packages.

Official software projects

You can get involved in the development of official Arch Linux software projects.

Participate in events

There are yearly and monthly events for bugfixing, translating and cleanup. You can find forthcoming events in the Arch Linux Event Calendar.

You can find out how to help sustaining server costs on the official Arch Linux donate page.

Community projects

Note: All projects listed here are community projects. None of these projects are considered official Arch projects.

Arch's community maintains many projects. Feel free to include yours!


Arch-specific groups that you can engage in.

Google Earth Arch user map.
A third-party package repository and online discussion board for Arch Linux pro-audio users.
Arch Linux Subreddit
Place for reddit users to discuss Arch related issues.
Arch Linux User Group
Local meet-up for users.
Arch Women
Group with the intention of resolving possible hurdles for female Arch users (forum thread).
LinkedIn Group
Arch Linux group for users and professionals.
Unofficial repository for CPU-optimized linux-ckAUR packages for Arch Linux users.


Community-developed software that focuses on Arch Linux.

AUR Helpers
Utilities to aid end users in using the Arch User Repository.
Pacman GUI Frontends
Graphical front-ends for pacman.


Services specifically made for Arch users.
Gmail-based emails.
Mobile access at
Arch Linux Blogs, to register read this forum post.


Xyne's Arch Linux Projects
A trusted user's arch-related projects.