You can also help us to improve the documentation on the wiki for new users.
Besides the infobox mappings, the mappings wiki can be used to edit the DBpedia ontology.
Please send feedback and ideas to the DBpedia-discussion mailing list. Choose from the options below and to the left, and become a part of the DBpedia community.
NOTE: all mails announcing tools or call to papers unrelated to DBpedia are not allowed. Slack is the main forum for DBpedia developers and technical discussions. As a starting point, please read the Learn About DBpedia Section DBpedia community meetings are organized on a regular basis: check the dates and the topics discussed.
We have a support page dedicated for support requests.
You can search for previous user questions in our Question and Answer portal.
If there is no local DBpedia in your language (e.g., xx.dbpedia.org), you can start by creating a local community and contacting us at via email to help you bootstrap your DBpedia.
As a starting point, please read the Learn About DBpedia Section or read Why DBpedia is so important.Slack is the main forum for DBpedia developers and technical discussions. Before you jump directly into code, take a look on our DBpedia Development page for more meta information.On the Internet, chatting is talking to other people who are using the Internet at the same time you are.More frequently, we post things on our blog and there exists a Facebook site, a Facebook Group devoted to DBpedia and a #dbpedia Twitter channel.If you would like to get more familiar with DBpedia first, please look at the must-reads in the Learn About DBpedia Section or read Why DBpedia is so important.
Students can sign up for free at the DBpedia Association.