If you have questions about anything regarding the Librem 5, we would really like to hear from you and there are a couple of recommended ways to contact us and join the fun. We have email lists that are quiet now but will be lively once the dev kits have been sent out. We also have Matrix chat rooms where other volunteers hang out as well as many people from the Purism team. Both places are great locations to introduce yourself and ask questions.

Email Lists

Watch technical email regarding ongoing software development within the team and feel free to chime in with good suggestions. Depending on the level of involvement that you’re seeking, you can sign up for any/all of these email lists where you can follow development and ask questions:

For the mailing lists, there is no account setup required. Just subscribe, see a full list here.

Matrix Chat Rooms

Join our Matrix chat rooms using your Matrix login:

Librem 5 specific:
  • community/librem-5 (ID: ! : For Librem 5 development chatter
  • Phosh (ID: ! For discussions regarding phosh
  • Libhandy (ID: ! For discussions regarding the libhandy GTK+ library
  • Chatty (ID: ! For discussions regarding the chatty messaging application
  • Calls (ID: ! For discussions regarding the calls application
Community rooms for non-Librem 5 discussions:
  • community/pureos (ID: ! : For discussions around PureOS in general
  • community/purist (ID: ! : For Purist Services
  • community/general (ID: ! : For questions that are not obviously related to the Librem 5, PureOS, or Purist Services
  • community/heads (ID: ! For questions regarding HEADS

If you do not already have a Matrix account, please visit Matrix’s website to choose a Matrix client where you can register. Once you have a registered Matrix account, you should log into the default server where you can search for our community Matrix rooms on our Matrix server.

Example: To find the community/librem-5 room, you should search for

If you have any issues finding our Matrix rooms, please email with your Matrix id and they will make sure you get invited to the rooms (although invitations are not necessary for access).

Once you have access to the Matrix channels, please say “Hi” and introduce yourself. Let us know who you are and what areas of development interest you the most so that we can guide you to the right resources for your development.

Code Repositories

Our code repos are where anyone can register an account to view our repositories, create your own, file issues, and submit pull requests.