Contact and Support
There are three ways to contact with the Kubuntu Project; mailing lists (email), Internet Relay Chat (IRC), and the forums.
Mailing lists are the Kubuntu Project's official communication tools. They allow for email discussion and have searchable archives.
To begin using the mailing lists, please subscribe. Subscribing allows you to post a message without having it sit in an authorization queue, and allows you to receive messages from others who are also subscribed to the mailing list.
Before you send a message, check to see if the topic has been raised in the past. To do this, use Google to search the archives.
- Kubuntu users
- Kubuntu development
- Kubuntu documentation
Internet Relay Chat
IRC allows you to communicate in real-time with many others who are also using IRC and are on common networks and channels. For more information about IRC clients, see Chat Clients. You can also use your browser to chat. To do so, go to the Webchat page.
All Ubuntu and Kubuntu channels are on the Freenode network. The server address is 'irc.freenode.net', and the default port is '6667'.
Use the command
/join #channelname to join a channel.
Kubuntu IRC Channels
- #kubuntu: The official Kubuntu Support channel
Connect to #kubuntu on the web here: #kubuntu
- #kubuntu-offtopic: For off-topic chatter with your fellow Kubuntu users
- #kubuntu-devel: This is the channel where the developers hang out
Kubuntu Forums are located at: Kubuntu Forums
Kubuntu Phone Support
If you or your organisation needs help with your computer systems running Kubuntu but you don't want to worry about the best IRC channel to ask in you can pay some money and phone up the office in England to get some help. They will use phone, e-mail, Google hangout, Skype, VNC and any other method you like to help diagnose the issue and resolve it for you.