Lots of useful information and links are available from the
Squeak home page. (Be sure to check out
the ``Swiki''s -- interactive Web sites that are driven
entirely by Squeak!)
2. The Squeak Mailing List|
The main Squeak mailing list is the place to go for help, discussions
on improving Squeak, and to follow bug reports and fixes. Online
registration can be found at
or send email to firstname.lastname@example.org
with a subject line of `subscribe'.
There are several archives of the Squeak mailing list, some of which
Most Squeak documentation is hosted on a ``Swiki'', a web site that
acts like a bulletin board (users can add new material to it
interactively from their browser). Swikis are (of course!)
implemented in Squeak. The main Squeak Swiki is at:
The Squeak FAQ can be found on the above Swiki. Here's a shortcut:
A second Swiki is dedicated to documentation. It is located at:
Squeak News is a periodical dedicated to, and published in, Squeak.
(It is available online and also on CD-ROM by subscription.) Their
home page is here:
The Squeak home page at Squeak.org lists many
other resources and online tutorials, papers, books, etc.