Who is the Jalview community?
Jalview is used for teaching and research all around the world. If you use Jalview, then we'd like you to be part of our Jalview community. The links page lists projects that use the web based version of Jalview - if yours isn't listed, or you use Jalview in other ways and would like to tell us, then we'd like to hear from you!
Getting in touch
There are plenty of ways you can keep in touch with other Jalview community members. Our email lists have been running for a number of years, and you can use the RSS feed links to follow updates to the website. If you're one of the twitterati, then you can tweet @Jalview.
- Sign up to the news mailing list (jalview-announce) to receive major announcements and notifications of new releases.
- The user discussion list (jalview-discuss) is the place to get help, talk about new features, or just speak to other Jalview users.
- We also have a developers mailing list (jalview-develop) for people who are contributing to Jalview's source and documentation.
If you want to join, register first on the jalview bug tracker and send the administrator a message.
- Subscribe to the Desktop News feed to get updates on training courses, new releases and service interruptions.
- Subscribe to the jalview bug tracker feed to watch everything that goes on at the Jalview bug tracker.
Getting more involved
If you want to help out with Jalview - whether you're a developer, a researcher, a teacher, or a student, then there are lots of things you can do.
- Go to one of our training courses.
- Sign up to jalview-discuss and say hello.
- Get an account on JIRA to report bugs, make feature requests, and find out what's being worked on at the moment.
- Contact one of the current jalview team if you want to contribute code, fix bugs, write documentation and training material, or add a link to your work from the web site.