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== Overview ==
 
== Overview ==
  
[http://www.themagpi.com/ The Mag Pi] magazine is written by the Raspberry Pi community for the community.  The authors, layout team and editor come from teaching, IT industry and other professions.  The aim of the magazine is given in detail on [http://www.themagpi.com/mission_statement/ the Mag Pi web site].
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[http://www.themagpi.com/ The Mag Pi] magazine is written by the Raspberry Pi community for the community.  The authors, layout team and editor come from teaching, IT industry and other professions, based worldwide.
  
== Helping with the magazine ==
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The aim of the magazine is given in detail on [http://www.themagpi.com/en/about/ the Mag Pi web site].
There are several ways you can get involved with the magazine, depending on the time and skills you have available.
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=== Donating Money ===
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== Driven By The Raspberry Pi Community ==
An obvious way to help the magazine is to donate towards the running costs of the magazine.  There are lots of costs involved with running the site and maintaining the magazine and additional funds will allow us to expand the project to reach more readers.
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The MagPi is a community magazine so we welcome all assistance, in whatever form your can provide.
  
A paypal donate button is on the main page of the [http://www.themagpi.com/ MagPi site].
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See the above headers for more details, new volunteers should take a look at the Authors section which explains the whole process and how to get started with Writing, Layouts and ProofreadingIf something isn't clear, or you need more information, then please get in contact.
 
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=== Submit an Article ===
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We encourage people to submit their articles to us, simply email the editor (details on the [http://www.themagpi.com/ MagPi site]), with your idea or article and we shall discuss if and when we can fit it in.
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Articles can be about anything to do with the Raspberry Pi and it's use.
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Please read through the [[RPi_MagPi_InfoForAuthors | Information for Authors]] page for details.
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=== Design or layout contributions ===
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The editor is on the lookout for additional design and layout assistanceThose interested in helping should contact the editor (editor@themagpi.com).
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=== Proof reading ===
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Each article is prepared as an [http://issuu.com/themagpi issuu draft] before it is finalised.  This allows the community to view and discuss the articles as they are being developed.
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The editor welcomes comments on the content, spelling or grammar during the preparation process.
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=== Join the team ===
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Obviously the best way to help with the MagPi is to donate your time and skills by joining the team.  Email the editor if you are interested.
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At present we communicate using a GoogleGroup to work on and discuss the production of each issue, we always welcome new members to get involved.
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=== Source files ===
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Scribus files used for the production of the each issue are available on the [http://www.themagpi.com/source/ MagPi site].  As an experimental feature, the source code and Scribus files for some articles are also available via [https://github.com/ github]
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Overview

The Mag Pi magazine is written by the Raspberry Pi community for the community. The authors, layout team and editor come from teaching, IT industry and other professions, based worldwide.

The aim of the magazine is given in detail on the Mag Pi web site.

Driven By The Raspberry Pi Community

The MagPi is a community magazine so we welcome all assistance, in whatever form your can provide.

See the above headers for more details, new volunteers should take a look at the Authors section which explains the whole process and how to get started with Writing, Layouts and Proofreading. If something isn't clear, or you need more information, then please get in contact.