There are many ways to connect to the Jenkins community!
We do our best to spread the word about Jenkins in social media. It helps us to communicate the Jenkins vision, highlight achievements, and attract new contributors. Follow us and share the posts with your network!
Twitter: @jenkinsci, @jenkins_release, and other local and language group community channels.
LinkedIn: Jenkins Project
YouTube: Official Jenkins channel
Want to help with managing our social media? Join the Advocacy and Outreach SIG that coordinates the effort!
There are many communication channels in the Jenkins community and its entities. You are welcome to join these channels and participate in discussions. Here are the key ones:
Mailing lists - We use mailing lists for async communications and open governance.
Chat: Gitter, IRC, Slack, etc. - Realtime and async communications in the community.
community.jenkins.io - our new community forum on Discourse. Jenkins end users, developers and contributors are welcome!
Note that language groups and local communities might be using separate channels. See Language Groups on Discourse for some references.
You can also join our events and meet Jenkins users and contributors!.