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The quickest and most open way to **communicate with the Redox team** is on our **chat server**. Currently, you can only get an invite by sending an email request to [info@redox-os.org](mailto:info@redox-os.org), which might take a little while, since it's not automated. Simply say you'd like to join the chat. We're working on an better way to do this, but this is the best way right now.
The quickest and most open way to **communicate with the Redox team** is on our **chat server**. Currently, you can only get an invite by sending an email request to [info@redox-os.org](mailto:info@redox-os.org), which might take a little while, since it's not automated. Simply say you'd like to join the chat. We're working on a better way to do this, but this is the best way right now.
Alternatively you can use [our Forum].
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The goals of Redox
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We want to be able to use it, without obstructions, as a alternative to Linux on our computers. It should be able to run most Linux programs with only minimal modifications. (see [Why Free Software])
We want to be able to use it, without obstructions, as an alternative to Linux on our computers. It should be able to run most Linux programs with only minimal modifications. (see [Why Free Software])
We're aiming towards a complete, safe Rust ecosystem. This is a design choice, which hopefully improves correctness and security (see [Why Rust]).
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