If you have a short question that fits in a 140 characters, we encourage you to ask it on Twitter. This is the best place for "quick questions", and we are doing our best to answer your tweets throughout the day.
If your questions is technical and requires a fair amount of explanations and doesn't fit in 140 characters, ask your question on Stack Overflow. And when doing so, keep in mind:
- If you encounter an issue with Orbeon Forms which may be due to a bug, feel free to post about it on Stack Overflow phrase it as a question ("how come that when doing A, I get B, while I expected to get C?").
- When you have a question about an issue, if possible include a minimal example showing what the issue is, so we can reproduce the issue you're having.
- You don't have to be logged into Stack Overflow to post a question, but we encourage you to create a Stack Overflow account. This way, you will be able to tell Stack Overflow to send you an email when a new answer to your questions is posted, and you'll have access on the site to your previous questions.
- Stack Overflow is a web site featuring questions and answers on a wide range of topics in computer programming, not only Orbeon Forms. So make sure to tag your question with the "orbeon" tag. This way other people in the community will be notified that you posted a new question. You can post a question following this link and it will be correctly tagged.
If you'd like to provide feedback or discuss something related to Orbeon Forms which isn't a technical question you think is appropriate for Twitter or StackOverflow, you can post on the Orbeon forum:
- Simply go to discuss.orbeon.com to search the archive and post new messages. You can optionally subscribe with your email address.
- You can also directly subscribe to the forum as a mailing-list by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. You can leave the subject and body of your email empty.
- If you have any trouble subscribing to the list, feel free to contact us at email@example.com.
Where is the source code?
The source code of Orbeon Forms is on GitHub.