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== Developing Audacity ==  
 
== Developing Audacity ==  
* [[Contribute]] - How you can help improve the Audacity project.
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* [[Contribute]] - How developers and others can help us improve Audacity  
* [[SummerOfCode|Summer of Code 2008]] - Google's program for sponsoring Open source.
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* [[SummerOfCode|Summer of Code 2008]] - Google's program for sponsoring Open Source.
* [[Developer Guide]] - Overview of developing Audacity.
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* [[Developer Guide]] - Overview of developing Audacity including [[Developer_Guide#Platform_Specific_Guides|compilation instructions]]
 
* [[Quality|Ensuring Quality]]
 
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