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The right place to discuss anything related to the BookLiberator is usually our public discussion group – which we're still setting up! We're going to use Discourse, because it is free software (open source), and it supports both web-based and email-based access to discussion forums. We're setting it up right now – 8 October 2014. If you are a Ruby-on-Rails deployment expert, and wouldn't mind answering questions if we run into problems, let us know via the contact information at the end of this page.
If you would like an edit-enabled account in this wiki, please introduce yourself in the above forum, or contact us via the instructions below, and we'll make it happen – especially if you just purchased a BookLiberator Beta kit and want to help beta test!
If you have a question or concern that must be raised privately, you may also contact us at QCO, but please note that we cannot guarantee a timely response.