Most XBMC support is provided by the community, though there are a few official channels for communicating with developers as well. Most of the time, if you have an issue or a question it’s very likely that it has arisen before, so we ask that you please search before asking for help.
The XBMC wiki is a community-style manual for keeping information up to date. This should be your first step when trying to track something down. If you see something that is wrong or out of date, please take the time to update it. Note that you may be required to request privileges to make edits, though this should change in the future.
Here, a large group of users come together to actively discuss problems, discuss features, etc. If you’re looking for active conversation, this is where you want to be.
This should be the last place you try. If you’ve searched and can’t find the solution, you may report a bug on TRAC. Please be sure to follow the guidelines for doing so.