User Support

Please read the FAQ before asking for help. They're Frequently Asked for a reason.
Mailing Lists
End user support (including installation, configuration, and usability problems) is handled on the galeon-user email discussion list. It's fairly active, with good response time.
If there's something you just can't find out elsewhere, you want to give feedback directly to the authors or you're just bored, visit #galeon on Byxnet (

Contributing to Galeon

Submitting patches

The Galeon source is constantly changing. If you want to submit a patch, please do so from the most recent CVS source tree, subscribe to the galeon-devel mailing list and post your patch with a description of functionality.


Galeon can be easily translated into your own language. Translations are handled by the GNOME Translation Project. The best way of contributing a Galeon translation is by joining the team for your language. At least one person in the translation team has access to GNOME CVS and can commit your Galeon translation. When a new Galeon release is approaching an announcement is made to the gnome-i18n mailing list.


Naturally Galeon is far from perfect, so if you find any bugs, please report them. Please make sure that what you're reporting is actually a BUG and not a problem on your end.


If you have a suggestion for a new feature in Galeon, please subscribe to the galeon-devel MailingLists, and let us know. If we like the idea, we will ask for it to be reported to Bugzilla as an enhancement, and it might get implemented.