If you run into trouble while you are learning Wallaroo, you have a couple of different options on how you can get help from the Wallaroo community.
If you are looking for an answer “right now”, we suggest you give our IRC channel a try. It’s #wallaroo on Freenode. If you ask a question, be sure to hang around until you get an answer. If you don’t get one, or IRC isn’t your thing, we have a friendly mailing list you can try. Every question is a valid question and we are always happy to help.
Think you’ve found a bug? It’s entirely possible. Wallaroo is a young platform that is still changing at a rapid pace and bugs do happen. Your best bet. Write to the mailing list with your issue and verify that you are experiencing an issue. After a more knowledgeable member of the community confirms you are experiencing a bug, please open an issue.
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The Wallaroo community while small is constructive and inviting. We think you’ll find interacting with us to be an enjoyable experience.
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