Get in touch

Getting support from Learning Equality and our community

Due to the open-source nature of our work, we encourage that all inquiries, inputs, contributions and feedback are openly shared in our Community Forums, so that any user with similar questions to yours can benefit from the answer, and have a centralized place to search for it. Please consider supporting others whenever you can. Your goals are likely overlapping with other users of Kolibri, so you may consider yourself as part of a community of like-minded practitioners!

The first thing you need to do is register on the forum. Once registered, please read the the first two pinned topics (Welcome to LE’s Support Community and How do I post to this forum? )

You can add a new topic with the + New Topic button on the right. Make sure to select the appropriate category in the Create a New Topic window to facilitate the triage and response processes.

add new topic on community forums

Feedback

New ideas

Until we can present a proper feedback platform, we encourage you to post any new ideas to the Community Forums.

Technical issues

In order to report a technical issue, you can either use the Support category in our forum, or open up an issue report in our public software repository, following the guidelines:

github.com/learningequality/kolibri

Contributions and development

Kolibri is an open-source project, and as such, contributions from the tech community are welcomed, encouraged and appreciated. If you’d like to contribute to Kolibri, please refer to our developer docs:

kolibri-dev.readthedocs.io