There's more to running a distribution than just writing code.
To contribute to the Void packages repository, start by reading the CONTRIBUTING document in the void-packages GitHub repository.
To contribute to this Handbook, read CONTRIBUTING in the void-docs repository.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask them via IRC in #voidlinux on irc.libera.chat, or in the voidlinux subreddit.
If you would like to contribute usage reports, the PopCorn program reports installation statistics back to the Void project. These statistics are purely opt-in - PopCorn is not installed or enabled by default on any Void systems. Additionally, PopCorn requires that port 8001 not be blocked on your system.
PopCorn only reports which packages are installed, their version, and the host
CPU architecture (the output of
xuname). This does not report which services
are enabled, or any other personal information. Individual systems are tracked
persistently by a random (client-generated) UUID, to ensure that each system is
only counted once in each 24-hour sampling period.
The data collected by PopCorn is available to view at http://popcorn.voidlinux.org
Setting up PopCorn
First, install the
PopCorn package. Then, enable the
popcorn service, which
will attempt to report statistics once per day.