On this page:
16.1 Bugs and feature requests
16.2 Questions & discussion
16.3 Utilities & libraries
16.4 Can I see the source for Practical Typography or Typography for Lawyers?
16.5 More projects & guides
7.4

16 Getting more help

16.1 Bugs and feature requests

Can be submitted as GitHub issues at the main Pollen source repository.

16.2 Questions & discussion

For general tips and how-to questions, use the pollen-users discussion group (on GitHub). I’ll also use that list to post major changes and new features.

You need a GitHub account to post. If you don’t have one, don’t panic — they’re free and easy to set up with an email address. Instructions here.

(BTW, the former “pollenpub” Google Group is now deprecated.)

16.3 Utilities & libraries

pollen-count: enumeration and cross-referencing library by Malcolm Still

pollen-mode: Emacs mode for Pollen by Junsong Li

Pollen mode: Emacs mode for Pollen by Shrutarshi Basu

Pollen Component: Component-based development for Pollen by Leandro Facchinetti

CSS-expressions: S-expression-based CSS by Leandro Facchinetti

Pollen Rock: rendering server and an in-browser editor for Pollen

16.4 Can I see the source for Practical Typography or Typography for Lawyers?

Yes, the source for Typography for Lawyers is available. In terms of content, TFL was originally the basis of Practical Typography. But in terms of code, this new TFL website is essentially a clone of Practical Typography, but rewritten to be clearer and more instructive, with extensive source comments. [source]

16.5 More projects & guides

Digital Words by Júda Ronén [source]

Secretary of Foreign Relations by Joel Dueck [source]

A Poor Guide to Pollen by Ahmed Fasih

The World’s Most Dangerous Racket Programmer and Like a Blind Squirrel in a Ferrari: short talks about Pollen that I gave at RacketCons 2013 and 2014, respectively.

mstill.io blog by Malcolm Still [source]