osu! has a very vibrant community composed of people from all around the world. And anyone can be a part of the community in their own way!
Below are just a few of the ways you can help out in the community:
The wiki is our official knowledge base that contains anything and everything about osu!. And as such, the wiki is always looking for more contributors to help keep the site up-to-date with fresh, new knowledge or translations.
If you are a newcomer to the osu! wiki, you can read more about it in the osu! wiki Contribution Guide.
In order to keep the official community hubs safe, osu! has a dedicated moderation team that monitors the forums and online chats around-the-clock.
Fortunately, it is still easy for you to help keep everything safe here. The following are just a few of the many ways you can help:
!reportcommand in the in-game chat to notify the moderators of it.
If you encounter someone who has an issue with the game, lend them a hand! Whether it is a driver issue, a beatmap question, or gameplay question, if you can answer it, you can help the person in solving their problem.
The following outline just a few of the ways you can help out others:
osu! has a dedicated team of reviewers to check if the beatmaps are ready to be ranked and played by everyone. However, that doesn't mean you cannot contribute to this sector:
#modreqson the in-game chat and either join-in on the conversation or just follow along.
osu! has a thriving community of technical and competitive people. They range from hobbyist tinkers to seasoned rhythm game veterans. There are a lot of proposals and projects being made exclusively for osu! and you can help them, or drive the future of osu! with your very own proposals/projects!
Below are just a few of the ways you can contribute:
Started in 2017, the osu!lazer project is the current focus of the osu! team, along with the new website, which is what you see today! If you would like to help make these projects even better and bring us closer to the future of osu!, there are a number of things you can do, but below are just a few examples:
There is an old saying that you should become part of the solution, not the problem. Simply by following this old saying, you'd be helping osu! by making the community a brighter place. People will always complain, but there are still so many ways you can help lighten up the mood in the community:
!report <username> seems to be cheatingcan fix your problems within minutes to hours.
While this article cannot cover how much more you can help the osu! community, simply playing the game as well can make osu! even more awesome!