Category Topics
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Help!

Having a problem writing some Prolog code? Ask it in this category
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Announce

Use this category to announce your library, cool Prolog application, conference, jobs or something similar to everyone!
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Nice to know

Use this category when you want to contribute something that would be nice to know, now or several years in the future, and that is related to Prolog.
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Wiki

This category is for making community-knowledge posts.
It is intended that if you want to make an improvement to the post, you edit it, and don’t reply.
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Wiki Discussion

This category is for use only with the Wiki category.
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Request For Comments

This category is about discussing new features. A new topic should describe a problem and propose a solution. The discussion is used to finalize the solution or decide to reject the proposal.
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Releases

This category is used to announce new releases.
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Installing

Discuss problems installing SWI-Prolog.
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Resources

Ask for or announce (SWI-)Prolog related resources (programs, libraries, etc).
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Discussion

This category is for use when you want to start a new discussion or to discuss an item in a category that does not allow replies such as Announce or Useful Code
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Looking for Group

This category is when you want to initiate some project and are looking for people to help you. This is different from Resources, which is about announcing or requesting stuff that is (nearly) ready.
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Discourse forum Feedback

Discussion about this site, its organization, how it works, and how we can improve it.
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Split Topic

This is a category that can only be created by admins for use when splitting topics.
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Useful Code

Use this category if you have code that could be part of a library or is useful in more than one way.
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Example

This category was created to hold examples for RFC: Towards an infrastructure for examples.
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Banner

This category can only be created by the staff but everyone can read the post.
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blog

This category handles comments to blog posts from https://www.swi-prolog.org/blog
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