We have a small community, but we’re happy to talk to you.
Code of conduct
Community members in all community spaces and beyond are expected to act in accordance with the Hare code of conduct.
All Hare users are encouraged to subscribe to the hare-announce mailing list to receive important updates regarding changes to the Hare language, release announcements, and security advisories.
To ask questions about Hare, please email hare-users, or browse the archives.
Development mailing lists
Please send patches and development questions for the Hare standard library and compilers to hare-dev, or browse the archives.
If you have a proposal for a change to Hare, you can send it to hare-rfc (or browse the archives), but please read the “RFC process” document to ensure this is the appropriate list for you.
We meet on libera.chat in various channels:
- #hare: Questions and general discussion about Hare.
- #hare-dev: Discussion about Hare development.
- #hare-soc: Social channel, for light and possibly off-topic discussion.
We have a community-maintained presence on the Fediverse supernetwork at @firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow us from any Fediverse server for Hare news and updates.
We have a page documenting efforts to bring Hare to the masses, which concerns how community members can participate in promoting and popularizing Hare among its target audience: Hare evangelism.