It’s good to talk, share knowledge and learn from other users of Gaphor. Perhaps you have a question, problem or are unsure how to do something with Gaphor? Discussing such things in a supportive environment is a good way to make progress, make friends, and help. Put simply, Gaphor is a community focused project, and we have created a couple of online spaces where the community can come together.
Contributions are welcome without prejudice from anyone irrespective of age, gender, religion, race, or sexuality. If you’re thinking, “but they don’t mean me”, then we especially mean YOU.
Our real-time conversations are on Gitter. you can sign-up and connect with the community by clicking the link below or visiting: https://gitter.im/gaphor/lobby
Please use our GitHub issue tracker for general questions and reporting bugs. Before submitting a GitHub issue please review our page about how to report a bug in Gaphor.
We expect contributors to follow the Code of Conduct.
We want our community to be a safe, welcoming and friendly place. We won’t hesitate to issue a clear warning and, if ignored, ban people who don’t behave in the spirit of the code of conduct. If a conduct related situation arises, we will endeavour to act in a discreet, sympathetic and fair manner to all concerned.