Like to contribute? Great! Here are some ways that you help you get in contact with people that will either direct you on how to help, or allow you to contribute directly.
The elections are fast approaching and we need volunteers on the ground in the coming weeks. If you’re able to spare a few hours, fill out the following form and someone will be in touch with you shortly.
This wiki is predominantly for the use of the members of the Pirate Party Australia, it’s main intention and reason is for the internal development of policy and other collaborative projects as well as serving as an information repository for some of the most often referred to information sources.
The main site will still serve as the only official point for the distribution of party information, campaigning materials and messages and as such all documents within this wiki should be considered a work in progress and thus all information here should be treated as unofficial, and not representative of Pirate Party Australia policy.
Internet Relay Chat, or IRC, is an online protocol used to chat in real-time. We use IRC for meetings, discussion and party communication because it’s widely supported and client software is available for virtually all platforms.
We maintain our channel, #ppau, on server irc.pirateparty.org.au. If you have a client pre-installed you can click here to connect. If you don’t want to download a client, you can access the channel via the qwebirc client provided on the site here. For more info, please go to our wiki.
If you think something else could be included here, let us know!