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Welcome to the Puppet community

Puppet has a supportive, active community of thousands of people who are making Puppet better — and making IT a better place to work.

You can get involved in the Puppet community by connecting at events, getting or giving help in any of our many channels, sharing modules on the Forge, and many other ways. However you decide to jump in, we know you'll learn a lot and enjoy meeting the smart, friendly people who make up the Puppet community. 

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Find help & get involved


You're invited to the supportive community of Puppet users discussing their experiences, getting help, and connecting with others in the Puppet Community Slack! Join here.


Puppet Champions is a community enablement program for the most active of our contributors that helps amplify their work out to the rest of our amazing community. Who’s a contributor, you might ask? Probably you! Anyone who’s contributed code, content, ideas, or towards a positive community experience is a Puppet Contributor.

Office Hours Q&A

Office Hours are regular topic-based Slack based Q&A sessions that provide you the opportunity to ask Puppet experts any questions you have or provide any feedback you'd like. Read more.


You'll find quick-start guides, all manner of instructions, troubleshooting tips, known issues and much more. We also welcome contributions to our documentation. View the Docs.


Chat with Puppet community members in #puppet or #puppet-dev on IRC. Puppet employees drop in to lend a hand, too. Chat on IRC. 


With thousands of modules available for download, it's quite possible someone's already created one that would help you. Done something cool with Puppet? Publish your module on the Forge. View the Forge.

Mailing Lists

Search for answers, start or join a discussion in our Google group mailing lists: Puppet-Users, Puppet Enterprise Users, Puppet Announce, and Puppet-Dev


Want a new feature? Discovered a bug? Submit a ticket here and we'll review your request. There is no SLA for response or reply via this source. Puppet Enterprise customers requiring SLA responses, please use the Support Portal (or our Support Login Recovery if you can't sign in to Support for any reason).


See something you could improve? Send us a pull request. We welcome PRs on our open source projects on GitHub. View the GitHub.

Puppet User Groups (PUGs)

Connect with Puppet Users near you at a Puppet User Group (PUG) meeting. Can't find a Puppet User Group near you? Start one!

Puppet user groups

Puppet user groups (we call them PUGs) are meetups where the community gets together to learn, share and connect with fellow Puppet users. There are more than 60 PUGs around the world, from Johannesburg to Melbourne, Berlin to Buenos Aires, Tokyo to Copenhagen, plus most major cities in the United States. We encourage you to find a group near you, or a start a new one yourself.
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