A comunidade do Blender
Being freely available from the start, even while it was closed source, considerably helped Blender’s adoption by the community. A large, stable, and active community of users has gathered around Blender since 1998. The community showed its support for Blender in 2002 when they helped raise €100,000 in seven weeks to enable Blender to go Open Source under the GNU GPL License.
There are several independent websites such as forums, blogs, news, and tutorial sites dedicated to Blender.
One of the largest community forums is Blender Artists, where Blender users gather to show off their creations, get feedback, ask and offer help and, in general, discuss Blender.
Blender’s community is one of its greatest features, so apart from this user manual, there are many different ways to get support from other users, such as Bate-papo Blender, Stack Exchange, and Reddit.
For studios and organizations there is Enterprise support, and for studios looking to add Blender to their pipeline, Blender Studio contains documentation and training material around this topic. If you think you have found an issue with Blender, please report a bug.
Mais detalhes sobre o suporte podem ser encontrados na página de suporte.
Sendo de código aberto, o Blender recebe o desenvolvimento de voluntários. A comunicação entre os desenvolvedores é feita em sua maioria através de três plataformas:
Se você está interessado em ajudar a desenvolver o Blender, veja a página “Envolva-se <https://www.blender.org/get-involved/>`__.
Você pode se juntar a estes canais: