The Sqitch community warmly invites your participation. We welcome discussion and contributions from anyone and everyone, at every level of knowledge and skill. In the interest of fostering an open and welcoming environment, all members of the community must abide by the Sqitch Community Code of Conduct.
Got questions or comments for the Sqitch community? The best place to send them is the Sqitch Users mail list. Subscribe by sending a message to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thereafter, send inquiries and notes to the list address, email@example.com.
This low-volume list is also the best place to follow along with community news, general discussion, and to learn tips and techniques, as well as opportunities to contribute to the project. Browse the list archives to find out what you’ve missed so far, or to see if a question has already been answered.
For more informal discussion, hit the
#sqitch IRC channel on Freenode. The channel regularly hosts numerous people at all levels of
knowledge, from beginners just getting started with Sqitch to experts with many
projects under their belts. Ad hoc development discussions and coordination
periodically break out among the maintainers as well.
Not familiar with IRC or don’t have an IRC client? Just connect in your browser.
If you’re not a mail list or IRC person, or want to focus on a specific question
and the recording of canonical answers, log into Stack Overflow and tag your
sqitch. Or have a look at existing Sqitch questions to see if
your question has been answered already.
Please report any Sqitch bugs you encounter or new features you’d like to request to the issue tracker (requires a GitHub account). If you’re not sure about a bug, or want to vet your feature idea with other members of the community, post it to the mail list.
Bugs related to this website can be reported via its issue tracker.
If you’re new to submitting bugs, you might want take review how to report bugs effectively to help you produce a useful report.
Contributing to Sqitch
We always welcome contributors to the Sqitch community — not just source code, but bug reports, feature requests, documentation, tutorials, spelling and grammatical functions, web design. It all helps. If you’d like to get involved, the mail list is generally the place to start with suggestions and comments.
To contribute to the source, send pull requests via the GitHub project.
The Sqitch Organization on GitHub hosts a number of other related projects, too, including for this site, the Dockerfiles, Homebrew formula, and more. All welcome your bug reports and pull requests.