Contact

In order to discuss FiPy with other users and with the developers, we encourage you to use one of the following modes of communication. We monitor all of these, so there is no need to post to more than one of them.

You may want to read the following resource about asking effective questions: http://www.catb.org/~esr/faqs/smart-questions.html

If you are having trouble, we are able to offer much more effective help if you provide a minimal reproducible example.

GitHub Discussions

https://github.com/usnistgov/fipy/discussions

Suitable for open-ended conversations, troubleshooting, showing off…

If a discussion highlights a bug or feature request, it’s easy for us to migrate GitHub Discussions to GitHub Issues.

GitHub Issues

https://github.com/usnistgov/fipy/issues

Suitable for bug reports, feature requests, and patch submissions.

StackOverflow

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/fipy

Suitable for questions that (probably) have definitive answers (“How do I…?”). It doesn’t work so well for back-and-forth conversations, which are better suited to GitHub Discussions.

Mailing List

Attention

The mailing list is deprecated. Please use GitHub Discussions, instead.

You can sign up for the mailing list by sending a subscription email to <mailto:fipy+subscribe@list.nist.gov>.

Once you are subscribed, you can post messages to the list simply by addressing email to <mailto:fipy@list.nist.gov>.

To get off the list, send a message to <mailto:fipy+unsubscribe@list.nist.gov>.

Send a message to <mailto:fipy+help@list.nist.gov> to learn other mailing list configurations you can change.

The list is hosted as a Google group. If you are subscribed with a Google account, you can interact with the list, configure your subscription, and see the archives at https://list.nist.gov/fipy.

List Archive

https://www.mail-archive.com/fipy@list.nist.gov/

Copies of messages sent to fipy@list.nist.gov are stored at The Mail Archive.

Older messages are archived at https://www.mail-archive.com/fipy@nist.gov/.

(note: we have also historically sent copies to http://dir.gmane.org/gmane.comp.python.fipy, but the GMANE site now appears to be defunct.)

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