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General Mailing List

For Emails related to the stable releases of Ubuntu GNOME.

  • Please read this before joining to any mailing list.

  • Support, Questions, Feedback, Suggestions, etc.
  • Please do subscribe to the mailing list so the administrators of the team don't have to approve each and every email you send.

  • Ubuntu GNOME General Mailing List.

Development & QA Mailing List

ONLY for Emails related to the development releases of Ubuntu GNOME.

  • Please read this before joining to any mailing list.

  • Support, Questions, Feedback, Suggestions, Testing Reports, Bugs, etc. Whatever related to QA.
  • Please do subscribe to the mailing list so the administrators of the team don't have to approve each and every email you send.

  • Ubuntu GNOME QA Team.

Specific Topics

If you have a very specific topic, please see Ubuntu GNOME Sub-Teams.

Website & Social Media Channels

http://ubuntugnome.org/

https://www.facebook.com/UbuntuGNOME

https://plus.google.com/108356762331170101188/

https://plus.google.com/communities/100673791047097085645

https://twitter.com/ubuntu_gnome


Ask for Help & Support

You are asking for Help and Support because you did not find what you are looking for on Google or Google Ubuntu Search Engine. It is very important to start from there as you may find the answer that you need without waiting for someone else to provide you with an answer.

Please read Community support Overview

Mailing Lists

As described on the first section.

Ubuntu Forums

Ubuntu Forums has many sections divided as per the categories and the nature of the content.

Please remember to use the GNOME prefix when posting, this will ensure a faster response to your thread.

Before starting a new thread, please search for a similar issue.

Live Chat

We have an IRC channel on irc.freenode.net, called #ubuntu-gnome. This is our main channel where day to day conversations and support relating to Ubuntu GNOME take place.

How to connect

More Information

Other Useful Channels

  • #ubuntu can be used for support queries that are more generic and not too GNOME specific.

  • #ubuntu+1 can be used to discuss generic issues related to running Ubuntu development releases

Ask Ubuntu

Do you have a specific question with a specific answer?
Ask on Ask Ubuntu. Tag your post with Ubuntu GNOME.

UbuntuGNOME/ContactUs (last edited 2015-02-08 11:24:16 by diamond-gr)