Continuum, like any other open source project, relies heavily on the efforts of the entire user community to be ever vigilent for improvements, logging of defects, communicating use-cases, generating documentation, and being wary of other users in need. This is a quick guide outlining what members of the Continuum community may do to make the system work better for everyone.
There is already a comprehensive Guide to Helping With Continuum. That guide focuses upon beginning as a supporter, with information on how to help the coding effort.
Documentation is currently a very high priority for the Continuum community. Please help out where ever you can, specifically in the work-in-progress FAQ Wiki.
Just as any other healthy project requires a quick turn-around on defects, and a transparent method for users to have their wishes heard, so too does Continuum need your help.
For developers, commiters, PMC: there is a Developers Guide.
These are a few of the watering holes around which Continuum users tend to gather.
Continuum has a number of Mailing Lists, and a the Continuum User List is specifically dedicated to answering questions about all things Continuum.
Log into the #continuum IRC channel on irc.codehaus.org. If you would like to access this over a web interface, you can do so at http://irc.codehaus.org/.