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. The Julia Community is committed to continuing to foster an inclusive and diverse culture. Read more about how we are doing this on our diversity page.
We use GitHub for the development of Julia itself. There, we host our
source code, track
issues, and accept
pull requests. For support and questions,
please use Discourse.
The primary online discussion venue for Julia is the Discourse forum. Learn more about our Discourse site and what it is best used for here.
Julia also has a presence on StackOverflow under the [julia] tag, and on StackOverflow en Español under [julia].
The Julia Forem is the best place for the community to read, write, and share long form written content. Join the Forem today and start writing https://forem.julialang.org.
The Julia Community has a shared calendar for all upcoming global events. If you are an event organizer, please email us
with the details so it can be added to the calendar. The Julia community also has local meetups around the world.
We conduct the Julia User & Developer Survey right before JuliaCon every year and present the findings at JuliaCon. The survey has now been conducted two years in a row:
Julia’s official documentation is in English, but many groups work to translate and localize the documentation along with other resources. See the various localization efforts.
A working group is a group of people that are interested in working on a common topic. Working groups are informal and have no official authority. Find out more about Working Groups.