Whether you’re looking for some help, wanting to share something cool that you’ve created, or any other reason, the WorldWide Telescope community strives to be welcoming and inclusive.
Connect with WWT users, ask questions, and see the latest news at the online WWT Forum.
Stay in touch by signing up to receive the occasional WorldWide Telescope Newsletter.
Developers: ready to file an issue or a pull request? Our GitHub organization is where the action is.
We also invite you to follow WWT on social media platforms like Twitter, YouTube, and Facebook.
If none of these public channels is quite right for your inquiry, you can always email the WWT leadership at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We strive to maintain a regular schedule of in-person WWT events. Check out the calendar of upcoming happenings at the WWT Contributor Hub:
It’s of paramount importance that the WWT community be welcoming to all individuals.
The WWT Code of Conduct spells out the ground rules for participation in WWT events and forums. The bottom line: don’t be a jerk.
If some aspect of your participation in WWT has made you feel uncomfortable or unwelcome, please reach out to NumFOCUS.