The Cherokee Project has a strong and active Community. We are on social media, mailing lists, blogs, planets, IRC channels, celebrate periodic summits, and so on, so it is really simple to discuss about the project and look for help.
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The documentation for the latest stable release is always available at the Cherokee Project site.
If you cannot find what you are looking for in there, you can always go to the official mailing lists. Post your questions there. Usually the people hanging around will be happy to help. Keep in mind that, as a sign of politeness towards the rest of the readers, you should first check if the solution to your problem is present in the archives. This will prevent duplicated entries and will probably give you an answer a lot faster.
These are the lists currently in existence:
#cherokee IRC channel
Join us at the #cherokee IRC channel. Many of our members and core-deveolpers are always hanging around, so after the mailing lists it is the second best place to look for answers and help.
Multi-language forums are available at the Cherokee-Project site.
The Cherokee Planet
Planets are a powerful tool to know what the developers of a project are up to. Planet Cherokee will let you follow what our deveolpers and contributors are doing with their time. It might not always be related to the Cherokee Project, but it is guaranteed to be interesting stuff.
The Cherokee Blog
The project has its own blog. It is a great place to look for information about out latest developments.
Your feedback is very important to us. That is why we encourage you to log bug reports and Request for Enhancements in our bug tracker whenever you find something that you think is suitable for improvement.
Third party resources
Besides the Cherokee Project mailing lists, there are some other third party resources that may be of your interest.