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~-[[FrontPage|Launchpad Help]] > [[YourAccount|Your account]]-~

= Overview =

Before you start using Launchpad, you need to [[YourAccount/NewAccount|set up a Launchpad account]]. With your new Launchpad account, you'll be able to:

 * show other people what work you do in Launchpad and earn karma
 * join teams working on free software
 * file, comment on, triage and solve bugs
 * host and monitor code in Bazaar branches or CVS and Subversion repostiories
 * help translate software
 * contribute ideas and specifications to free software projects, then track their progress
 * ask for and offer help with free software
 * build and host Ubuntu packages
 * register your own project and make its binaries available for download.

Of course, you can pick and choose which parts of Launchpad interest you.

= Managing your account =

Here are some of the things you might want to do when you first join Launchpad:

 * [[YourAccount/NewAccount|Create and personalise your account]]
 * [[YourAccount/Branding|Brand your account]]
 * [[YourAccount/ImportingYourPGPKey|Import an OpenPGP key]]
 * [[YourAccount/CreatingAnSSHKeyPair|Import your SSH keys]]
 * [[YourAccount/Karma|Learn about Launchpad karma]]

If you have more than one account, you may want to merge [[YourAccount/Merging|merge two or more accounts]]
 
And we'd hate to see you leave but, if you need to, you can also [[YourAccount/Closing|close your account]].

~-[[FrontPage| < Return to the Launchpad Help home page]]-~
  

Launchpad Help > Your account

Overview

Before you start using Launchpad, you need to set up a Launchpad account. With your new Launchpad account, you'll be able to:

  • show other people what work you do in Launchpad and earn karma
  • join teams working on free software
  • file, comment on, triage and solve bugs
  • host and monitor code in Bazaar branches or CVS and Subversion repostiories
  • help translate software
  • contribute ideas and specifications to free software projects, then track their progress
  • ask for and offer help with free software
  • build and host Ubuntu packages
  • register your own project and make its binaries available for download.

Of course, you can pick and choose which parts of Launchpad interest you.

Managing your account

Here are some of the things you might want to do when you first join Launchpad:

If you have more than one account, you may want to merge merge two or more accounts

And we'd hate to see you leave but, if you need to, you can also close your account.

< Return to the Launchpad Help home page

YourAccount (last edited 2008-11-24 11:45:55 by matthew.revell)