Join the Salt!
There are many ways to participate in and communicate with the Salt community.
Salt has an active IRC channel and a mailing list.
Join the salt-users mailing list. It is the best place to ask questions about Salt and see whats going on with Salt development! The Salt mailing list is hosted by Google Groups. It is open to new members.
Additionally, all users of Salt should be subscribed to the Announcements mailing list which contains important updates about Salt, such as new releaes and security-related announcements. This list is low-traffic.
#salt IRC channel is hosted on the popular LiberaChat network. You
can use the LiberaChat webchat client right from your browser. Logs of the
IRC channel activity are also available.
If you wish to discuss the development of Salt itself join us in
The Salt code is developed via Github. Follow Salt for constant updates on what is happening in Salt development:
Long-term planning and strategic decisions are handled via Salt Enhancement Proposals and can be found on GitHub.
The Salt Project keeps a blog with recent news and advancements:
salt-states repository is:
A few examples of salt states from the community:
If you want to get involved with the development of source code or the documentation efforts, please review the contributing documentation!