Interchange Users Community
There are two main mailing lists dedicated to Interchange:
- firstname.lastname@example.org, the main discussion list for users and developers
- email@example.com, a low-volume list for new releases and important announcements
There is a private mailing list for the Interchange core team of developers to receive confidential reports such as security problems: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our IRC channel is #interchange on the Libera Chat network.
Review issues, pull requests, and source code history in our GitHub project.
Represent Interchange with our collection of Logos & badges.
- About Interchange
- Live demo
- Gallery of sites running Interchange
- Downloads & source code
- Community resources (mailing lists etc.)
- Professional support
What Interchange users are saying:
When we first got into the web application business, we made an exhaustive look at the available technologies (at the time). It was apparent Interchange had the highest learning curve, but also one of the few with the ability to do just about anything you’d ask of it.
Since our applications can take any form, we needed something extremely flexible, and something that if asked, could handle ecommerce, email, CRM, CMS, and anything else that comes our way. Interchange has never once disappointed.
We’ve always considered ourselves lucky in making that decision some 7 years ago.Paul Jordan, Gish Network