Can't find what you're looking for?
New to programming and to Python?
- Check out the Beginner's Guide.
New to Python?
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Got a Python problem or question?
- First check the Python FAQs, with answers to many common, general Python questions.
- The tutor list offers interactive help
- The Python newsgroup, comp.lang.python, reaches many many people, some of whom may already have hit and surmounted your problem. Also available as a maillist - for more info, see the newsgroup description.
- There are other mailing lists and newsgroups.
- If you suspect a bug in the Python core, search the Python Bug Tracker.
- If you think you've found a security vulnerability in Python, please read the instructions for reporting security issues.
Looking for a particular Python module or application?
- Try the Cheese Shop to browse and search an extensive list of registered packages.
- Try the python.org search engines - you can find anything mentioned on the Python site, in the FAQ, on the starship, or in the newsgroup (see above). More info: where to search.
- Find out about other Python software around the net.
- The Python Special Interest Groups (SIGS) provide a focus for concerted, active development efforts - check there to see whether one on your topic of concern already exists, or whether it makes sense to start one.
Want to contribute?
- To report a bug in the Python core, use the Python Bug Tracker.
- To contribute a bug fix or other patch to the Python core, see the Python Developer's Guide.
- To contribute to the official Python documentation, write to firstname.lastname@example.org, or use the Issue Tracker to contribute a documentation patch. See also the guide to Helping with Documentation.
- To announce your module or application to the Python community, use comp.lang.python.announce (or via email, email@example.com, if you lack news access). More info: the announcements newsgroup description
- To propose changes to the python core, post your thoughts to comp.lang.python. If you have an implementation, follow the Python Patch Guidelines.
Did we miss your concern?
- Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know how we can help!