Getting Help

If you’ve scoured the Usage and API documentation and still can’t find an answer to your question, below are various support resources that should help. Please do at least skim the documentation before posting tickets or mailing list questions, however!

Mailing list

The best way to get help with using Trigger is via the trigger-users mailing list (Google Group). We’ll do our best to reply promptly!


Trigger has an official Twitter account, @pytrigger, which is used for announcements and occasional related news tidbits (e.g. “Hey, check out this neat article on Trigger!”).


If you don’t do Twitter or mailing lists, please feel free to drop us an email at

Bugs/ticket tracker

To file new bugs or search existing ones, please use the GitHub issue tracker, located at


Find us on IRC at #trigger on Freenode (irc://

Trigger is a Pacific coast operation, so your best chance of getting a real-time response is during the weekdays, Pacific time.


We will use GitHub’s built-in wiki located at


Find Trigger on Openhatch at!