Getting help – community resources
Godot’s online community is one of its strengths. Because of its open source nature, there is a wide variety of people working together to improve the engine, write documentation, and help each other with issues.
You can find a list of official community resources at https://godotengine.org/community. These links may change over time, but the following are the main community resources you should be aware of:
- GitHub – https://github.com/godotengine/
The Godot GitHub repository is where Godot’s developers work. You can find Godot’s source code there if you find yourself needing to compile a custom version of the engine for your own use or if you’re just curious how things work under the hood.
If you find any kind of problem with the engine itself – something that doesn’t work, a typo in the documentation, and so on – this is the place where you should report it.