Hey and welcome to the Community page! We're so glad you're here. Typst is developed by a super early-stage startup and is still in its infancy, but it would be pointless without people like you who are interested in it.
We would love to not only hear from you but to also provide spaces where you can discuss any topic around Typst, typesetting, writing, the sciences, and typography with other likeminded people.
For the time being, we would like to invite you to our Discord server. The server is open for everyone, even if you do not have preview access to Typst yet. Of course, you are also very welcome to connect with us on social media (Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Github).
What to share?
For our community, we want to foster versatility and inclusivity. You are welcome to post about any topic that you think would interest other community members, but if you need a little inspiration, here are a few ideas:
- Share and discuss your thoughts and ideas for new features or improvements you'd like to see in Typst
- Showcase documents you've created with Typst, or share any unique or creative ways you've used the platform
- Share importable files or templates that you use to style your documents
- Alert us of bugs you encounter while using Typst
We will start a small-scale test of our product and infrastructure with a few people from our wait list, starting on December 26th, 2022. More wait list members will be invited throughout the infrastructure test. Everyone who has product access and is on our Discord server will receive access to a private text and speech channel.
The Typst compiler is still under active development and breaking changes can occur at any point. The compiler will remain closed source until Typst goes into public beta. Currently, we plan to start our public beta and open source Typst in March of 2023.
We will update the members of our Discord server and our social media followers when new features become available in the preview. We'll also update you on the development progress of large features, such as math typesetting. A development tracker will become available on the documentation pages soon.
We want to make our community a safe and inclusive space for everyone. Therefore, we will not tolerate any sexual harassment, sexism, political attacks, derogatory language or personal insults, racism, doxing, and other inappropriate behavior. We pledge to remove members that are in violation of these rules. Contact us if you think another community member acted inappropriately towards you. All complaints will be reviewed and investigated promptly and fairly.
See you soon!
Thanks again for learning more about Typst. We would be delighted to meet you on our Discord server!