Node's most valuable feature is the friendly and colorful community of developers. There are many places where this group congregates on the internet. This page attempts to highlight the best forums.
Planet Node is an aggregator of Node developer blogs. NodeUp is a podcast covering the latest Node news in the community.
Besides the official API docs there are a number of sites new users should be aware of. docs.nodejitsu.com answers many of the common problems people come across. How To Node has a growing number of useful tutorials. The Stack Overflow node.js tag is collecting new information every day.
All development takes place at http://github.com/joyent/node. The comments on commit messages are often source of heated discussion regarding core development. The GitHub Node wiki is full of useful links for newcomers. Don't miss Projects, Applications, and Companies Using Node or the very long list of Node modules, many of which are published in the npm registry.
Bugs should be reported to https://github.com/joyent/node/issues. Fixes to the code are welcome! Please see our contributing guidelines for information on how to submit a patch.
The user mailing list is used for announcements, discussion, and flame wars about Node. The internal development mailing list is used for discussion of internal design and feature proposals.
For real-time chat about Node development go to
irc.freenode.net in the
channel with an IRC client or connect in
your web browser to the channel using freenode's
WebChat. Felix Geisendörfer keeps logs of the
channel for those who miss a day.
nodejs.org does not maintain any
translations into other languages. However there are
community websites in various languages with mailing lists
and translations of the website.
nodejs.ru Russian blog.
nodejs.ir Iran group in Persian
nodejs.jp Japan user group
CNodeJS.org Chinese community
nodejs.co.il Israeli wiki
HKNoJ Hong Kong community
nodejs.tw Taiwan community