CIDER currently has several official & unofficial support channels.
For questions, suggestions and support refer to one of them. Please, don't use the support channels to report issues, as this makes them harder to track.
The official mailing list is hosted at Google Groups. It's a low-traffic list, so don't be too hesitant to subscribe.
We've got an unofficial Freenode channel -
#clojure-emacs. It's not actively
monitored by the CIDER maintainers themselves, but still you can get support
from other CIDER users there.
We've got an official Clojurians Slack -
#cider. This is usually be best way to get a handle on some of the maintainers
and interact with other CIDER users. The channel is very active!
There's also another channel named
#emacs for generic Emacs discussions.
Most internal discussions about the development of CIDER happen on its gitter channel. You can often find CIDER's maintainers there and get some interesting news from the project's kitchen.
We're also encouraging users to ask CIDER-related questions on StackOverflow.
When doing so you should use the
cider tag (ideally combined
with the tags
If you're willing to pay for some feature to be implemented you can use Bountysource to place a bounty for the work you want to be done.