OpenWISP Support Channels
Need help? You can get in touch with us through different channels, depending on the nature of your question. See below.
The mailing list is suited for broad discussions, asking for clarifications, announcements and any other question that is not suited for stackoverflow.
If you prefer discussions in a forum-style, you can use our mailing list as a forum too.
For quick questions or live debugging you can join the #openwisp channel on freenode (does not require authentication). You can join in different ways:
If nobody can reply to your questions while you are there, send your questions on other asynchronous support channles (forum, mailing list, stackoverflow).
If you are a developer, you may also want to open an issue or a pull request on github. See also contributing.
As of March 2017, we created a dedicated OpenWISP tag on StackOverflow.
Use this method if your question is very technical and may have a single, definitive, best answer.
Asking questions on stackoverflow using the openwisp tag will help the project gain popularity, therefore we ask you to use this method whenever possible.
We also suggest inserting more tags depending on the technologies involved in your question, e.g. openwrt, LEDE, python, django, ruby, rails, freeradius, lua, etc.