As a community, we do much of our collaboration on public mailing lists. Please note that if you're looking for help using TensorFlow, Stack Overflow and GitHub issues are the best initial places to look. For more information, see how to get help.
General TensorFlow lists
- announce - Low-volume announcements of new releases.
- discuss - General community discussion around TensorFlow.
- developers - Discussion for developers contributing to TensorFlow.
These projects inside the TensorFlow GitHub organization have lists dedicated to their communities:
- hub - Discussion and collaboration around TensorFlow Hub.
- magenta-discuss - General discussion about Magenta development and directions.
- swift - Community and collaboration around Swift for TensorFlow.
- tensor2tensor - Discussion and peer support for Tensor2Tensor.
- tfjs-announce - Announcements of new TensorFlow.js releases.
- tfjs - Discussion and peer support for TensorFlow.js.
- tflite - Discussion and peer support for TensorFlow Lite.
- tfprobability - Discussion and peer support for TensorFlow Probability.
- tpu-users - Community discussion and support for TPU users.
Special Interest Groups
TensorFlow's Special Interest Groups (SIGs) support community collaboration on particular project focuses. Members of these groups work together to build and support TensorFlow related projects. While their archives are public, different SIGs have their own membership policies.
- addons - Supporting SIG Addons, for extensions to TensorFlow that confirm to the stable API.
- build - Supporting SIG Build, for build, distribution and packaging of TensorFlow.
- io - Supporting SIG IO, for file systems and formats not available in core TensorFlow.
- networking - Supporting SIG Networking, for adding network protocols other than gRPC.
- sig-tensorboard - Supporting SIG TensorBoard, for plugin development and other contribution.
- rust - Supporting SIG Rust, for the Rust language bindings.