FreeBSD’s community is diverse and extensive, and can be found everywhere great conversations and activity takes place. You’ll find our community and spaces intelligent, welcoming and approachable.
The project maintains several official community spaces where developers, contributors and users can find help and support, stay up to date, coordinate and collaborate or just kick back, relax and socialise.
If you prefer asynchronous and long-lived communications channels, FreeBSD offers over one hundred mailing lists covering a vast range of topics, and provides web-based forums and several Usenet newsgroups.
For regularly run in-person and online meets, you might like to look into our FreeBSD Events where we maintain a feed and calendar of upcoming events. Last year there were 27 FreeBSD events in 1 different countries around the world.
Beyond officially run community spaces, there are User Groups in 34 countries, along with highly active FreeBSD communities on Twitter, StackOverflow, ServerFault, and MeetUp.com, among many other technology-related spaces.
Developers and key contributors also maintain a wiki, which contains information about FreeBSD development and related projects.