# Get updates
Pomerium-announce (opens new window) is a low traffic mailing list for important releases and security announcements.
Check out our Discourse (opens new window) where the community explores Pomerium's uses and shares their best practices.
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# Get help
If you have a quick question about using Pomerium, join our slack channel (opens new window)! There will be more people there who can help you than just the Pomerium developers who follow our issue tracker. Issues are not the place for usage questions.
For deeper help and configuration troubleshooting, head to our Discourse (opens new window), where you can search for open threads or start a new one.
# Report bugs
Like every software, Pomerium has its flaws. If you find one, search the issues (opens new window) to see if it has already been reported. If not, open a new issue (opens new window) and describe the bug, and somebody will look into it!
Please follow the issue template so we have all the needed information. We need to be able to repeat the bug using your instructions. Please simplify the issue as much as possible. The more detailed and specific you are, the faster we will be able to help you!
We suggest reading How to Report Bugs Effectively (opens new window).
# Suggest features
First, search to see if your feature has already been requested on GitHub (opens new window) or Discourse (opens new window). If it has, you can add a 👍 reaction to vote for it. If your feature idea is new, open an issue to request the feature. You don't have to follow the bug template for feature requests. Please describe your idea thoroughly so that we know how to implement it! Really vague requests may not be helpful or actionable and without clarification will have to be closed.
While we really do value your requests and implement many of them, not all features are a good fit for Pomerium. If a feature is not in the best interest of the Pomerium project or its users in general, we may politely decline to implement it.