Please take a moment to read the Julia Community Standards. We expect that your participation in any Julia related forum, online or offline, respects these standards.
We use GitHub for the development of Julia itself. There we host our source code, track issues, and accept pull requests. We use the issue tracker for bug reports, feature requests, and proposed changes. For support and questions, please use Discourse.
The primary online discussion venue for Julia is the Discourse forum. Discourse is the right place to do any of the following:
For Chinese users a Simplified Chinese version discourse is also hosted by the community. Please click this Julia中文论坛 link.
The Discourse forum replaced the Julia mailing lists, the largest of which were julia-users and julia-dev, at the end of 2016. Those lists are now read-only but you may like to search them to see if your question has already been raised.
For casual conversation and quick, informal questions, we have an official Julia Slack. Slack is also a good place to start if you think you need help but aren't quite sure what you should be asking or where to ask it. To join, please visit slackinvite.julialang.org to agree to the community code of conduct and receive an invitation.
On Twitter, tweet with the #julialang hashtag.
The Julia community is global, with meetups all over the world and resources in a variety of different languages.
Julia's official documentation is in English, but many groups work to translate and localize documentation and other resources. A few such groups that are leading these efforts include:
Please let us know if you have another organization dedicated to these efforts.
Julia has local user groups around the world, including:
The following is a non-comprehensive list of Julia GitHub groups grouped by domain: