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+Like any open source projects, Buildroot has different ways to share
+information in its community and outside.
+One piece of it is the document you are currently reading ;-).
+Each of those ways may interest you if you are look for some help,
+want to understand Buildroot or contribute to the project.
+Buildroot has a mailing list
+http://lists.busybox.net/pipermail/buildroot for discussion and
+Subscribing to the mailing list
+You can subscribe by visiting
+Only subscribers to the Buildroot mailing list are allowed to post to
+The list is also available through _Gmane_ http://gmane.org, at
+Searching the List Archives
+Please search the mailing list archives before asking questions on the
+mailing list, since there is a good chance someone else has asked the
+same question before. Checking the archives is a great way to avoid
+annoying everyone on the list with frequently asked questions...
+The Buildroot IRC is irc://freenode.net/#buildroot.
+The channel +#buildroot+ is hosted on Freenode
+When asking for help on the IRC, share relevant logs or piece of code
+using a code sharing website (see
+http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_pastebins, and pick up
+The Buildroot bugtracker is at https://bugs.uclibc.org.
+Consecutively to the Buildroot developer day February 3, 2012,
+a page dedicated to Buildroot has been created on
+This page is reachable at http://elinux.org/Buildroot.
+Currently, this page is mainly used as a _todo-list_.