What forum category is right for my post?


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Here’s how you can figure out which category your post belongs in:

  1. If it is about Electron, it goes in the electron category
  2. If it is a question about how to do something in your styles.less, it goes in the support category
  3. If you are an Atom package author with a question about developing packages (including language packages), or have an idea for an Atom package that you want an Atom package author to write, it goes in the packages category
  4. If you are an Atom theme author with a question about developing themes, or have an idea for an Atom theme that you want an Atom theme author to write, it goes in the themes category
  5. If it is about a high-level feature that you’d like to see added to Atom, such as autocomplete, pairing support, integrated documentation or the like, it goes in the features category — refinement or enhancement of existing features belongs in the support category
  6. If it is about anything else related to Atom or the https://atom.io website, it goes in the support category
  7. If it is not directly about Atom, but is about programming, Node/IO.js, Chrome/Chromium, or other subjects related to Atom … just leave it uncategorized

Otherwise, it is probably off-topic :grinning:

Additionally, FAQs are created and maintained in the FAQ category by the admins and senior members of the board.


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