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Ayuda y apoyo

Listas de correos

QGIS está en desarrollo activo y como tal, no siempre funciona como se espera. La forma preferida de obtener ayuda es uniéndose a la lista de correo qgis-users. Sus preguntas llegarán a un público más amplio y las respuestas beneficiarán a otros.

Usuarios de QGIS

This mailing list is used for discussion of QGIS in general, as well as specific questions regarding its installation and use. You can subscribe to the qgis-users mailing list by visiting the following URL: http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-user

Desarrolladores QGIS

If you are a developer facing problems of a more technical nature, you may want to join the qgis-developer mailing list. This list is also a place where people can chime in and collect and discuss QGIS related UX (User Experience) / usability issues. It’s here: http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-developer

QGIS Community Team

This list deals with topics like documentation, context help, user guide, web sites, blog, mailing lists, forums, and translation efforts. If you would like to work on the user guide as well, this list is a good starting point to ask your questions. You can subscribe to this list at: http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-community-team

QGIS Translations

This list deals with the translation efforts. If you like to work on the translation of the website, manuals or the graphical user interface (GUI), this list is a good starting point to ask your questions. You can subscribe to this list at: http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-tr

QGIS Project Steering Committee (PSC)

This list is used to discuss Steering Committee issues related to overall management and direction of QGIS. You can subscribe to this list at: http://lists.osgeo.org/mailman/listinfo/qgis-psc

QGIS User groups

In order to locally promote QGIS and contribute to its development, some QGIS communities are organized into QGIS User Groups. These groups are places to discuss local topics, organize regional or national user meetings, organize sponsoring of features... The list of current user groups is available at http://qgis.org/en/site/forusers/usergroups.html

You are welcome to subscribe to any of the lists. Please remember to contribute to the list by answering questions and sharing your experiences.


We also maintain a presence on IRC - visit us by joining the #qgis channel on irc.freenode.net. Please wait for a response to your question, as many folks on the channel are doing other things and it may take a while for them to notice your question. If you missed a discussion on IRC, not a problem! We log all discussion, so you can easily catch up. Just go to http://qgis.org/irclogs and read the IRC-logs.

Commercial support for QGIS is also available. Check the website http://qgis.org/en/commercial-support.html for more information.

Rastreador de Errores

While the qgis-users mailing list is useful for general ‘How do I do XYZ in QGIS?’-type questions, you may wish to notify us about bugs in QGIS. You can submit bug reports using the QGIS bug tracker at http://hub.qgis.org/projects/quantum-gis/issues. When creating a new ticket for a bug, please provide an email address where we can contact you for additional information.

Por favor, tenga en cuenta que su error no siempre puede disfrutar de la prioridad que podría esperar (depende de su gravedad). Algunos errores pueden requerir de significativo esfuerzo por parte del desarrollador para remediar, y la mano de obra no siempre está disponible para esto.

Se pueden presentar las solicitudes de funciones utilizando el mismo sistema de ticket de errores. Asegúrate de seleccionar el tipo «Función».

If you have found a bug and fixed it yourself, you can submit either a Pull Request on the Github QGIS Project (prefered) or a patch also. The lovely redmine ticketsystem at http://hub.qgis.org/projects/quantum-gis/issues has this type as well. Check the Patch supplied checkbox and attach your patch before submitting your bug. One of the developers will review it and apply it to QGIS. Please don’t be alarmed if your patch is not applied straight away – developers may be tied up with other commitments.

Tenga en cuenta que si proporciona una solicitud de extracción, su cambio sería más probable que se fusione en el código fuente!


The QGIS community also runs a weblog at http://planet.qgis.org/planet/, which has some interesting articles for users and developers as well provided by other blogs in the community. You are invited to contribute your own QGIS blog!


The website http://plugins.qgis.org provides the official QGIS plugins web portal. Here, you find a list of all stable and experimental QGIS plugins available via the ‘Official QGIS Plugin Repository’.


Lastly, we maintain a WIKI web site at http://hub.qgis.org/projects/quantum-gis/wiki where you can find a variety of useful information relating to QGIS development, release plans, links to download sites, message-translation hints and more. Check it out, there are some goodies inside!