The Squeak community maintains several mailing lists such as for beginners, general development, and virtual machines. You can explore them all to get started and contribute.
The Squeak Wiki collects useful information about the language, its tools, and several projects. It’s a wiki, so you can participate!
The Squeak Development Process supports the improvement of Squeak—the core of the system and its supporting libraries—by its community. The process builds on few basic ideas: the use of Monticello as the primary source code management system, free access for the developers to the main repositories, and an incremental update process for both developers and users. (Read More)
If you identify an issue in Squeak, please file a bug report here. Squeak core developers regularly check the bug repository and will try to address all problem as quickly as possible. If you have troubles posting there, you can always post the issue on our development list.
A Monticello code repository for Squeak. Many of our community’s projects are hosted here. Others you may find at SqueakMap or the now retired SqueakSource1.