Squeak has an active and enthusiastic user community. Participants include teachers working on curriculum materials, enthusiasts, commercial and academic users, and a number of "quantum mechanics" interested in newer and better approaches to the ultimate goal of making high-quality computation simple and efficient.
If you want to join this vibrant community a good place to start is to read the Community How-To.
Most communication happens on the mailing lists. Feel free to subscribe and say hello!
The Squeak community maintains a swiki that tracks various projects and documentation efforts:
Have a question that you need answered quickly? Would you like to meet with other squeakers around the world? A great place to participate in longer-term discussions is the IRC channel on the "#squeak" channel at freenode.net. Stop by and say "Hi!"
For instructions on connecting, visit our IRC Portal.
There are several websites supporting the Squeak community today in various ways, here are some:
Links to Smalltalk User Groups and companies etc:
Squeak is the foundation of a lot of advanced projects
We currently use Mantis for issue tracking, both for Squeak itself and other Squeak projects.
Supporting Companies and Institutions