Everyone knows what FOSS (Free and Open Source Software) community does for computer's users. Thanks to the work of hundreds of thousands of people we have Linux kernel, a few hundreds of Linux distributions and thousands of applications for Linux, Mac OS and Windows.
No-one knows what you do for FOSS. You don't have to be a programmer to contribute to the expansion of Open Source community. It's enough you'll encourage a few people a year to use FOSS.
This thread is for you. You can report here what you do for FOSS community or declare what you intend to do for it in the future.
I started the present thread inspired by my own post from the other thread. I described there my contribution to FOSS so now I can simply quote my own words:
I'm an active member of FLOSS community. For five years I was an editor of Linux-oriented Polish-language quarterly magazine. I wrote a few Open Source programs including anti-spam Perl mail filter testmail and useful set of macros for OpenOffice.org called ooo-macro (English-language version) and ooo-makro (Polish-language version). All these packages are accessible through freshmeat.net. From time to time I submit some bugs that I find in different applications -- first of all in OpenOffice.org. I'm also the maintainer of a dozen or so of SlackBuilds -- mostly dockable applications for lightweight window manager Window Maker.