Connect with the Cocalc Community
There are many ways that you can connect with the broader CoCalc community.
Explore Published FilesBrowse the CoCalc share server to see what other users of this site are publishing. You will find thousands of Jupyter notebooks, Sage worksheets, programs, PDF's, final projects from courses, research papers and more.
Ask on StackExchangeThere are many pages on StackExchange, where you can get help from a broad community. Make sure to tag CoCalc specific questions with
"cocalc"and add more tags matching the topic accordingly, e.g.
- StackOverflow: programming questions, for professional and enthusiast programmers
- Mathematics: for people studying math at any level and professionals in related fields
The Google Groups Mailing ListGet announcements about CoCalc in your inbox, and use email to participate in discussions with the CoCalc community at the CoCalc mailing list.
Read the CoCalc blogRead about new developments in CoCalc's new blogand checkthe archives, where you can read about how collaborative editing works, who implements CoCalc, why CoCalc uses PostgreSQL, and much more.
CoCalc's Source CodeBrowse every change to CoCalc source code, which goes back to April 2012, track the status of known bugs, report a bug, comment on development ideas and see an overview of the pace of development. While you're at it, fork CoCalc and send us a pull request.
CoCalc on TwitterFollow @cocalc_com on Twitter for announcements about what's going on with CoCalc. You can also DM questions to us or tag us in your tweets.
CoCalc on FacebookCheck out our Facebook page, where you can post something cool you've done using CoCalc, start a dicussion, or watch out for announcements.