The primary user group that addresses Rexx in all its forms is the Rexx Language Association. The Rexx LA is an international organization with worldwide membership and is open to everyone. The Rexx LA home page is at
www.rexxla.org. The home page provides a wealth of information on the Rexx language, including standards, FAQs, contacts, the newsletter, and the annual Rexx symposium. It also has many links to the home pages of various Rexx interpreters, tools, packages, books, technical articles, and other informational resources. The Rexx Language Association supports a mailing list, which is a mechanism to broadcast questions and view answers from Rexx users worldwide.
The IBM users group SHARE also covers Rexx scripting and related topics. Find it at
www.share.org. Branches of SHARE/GUIDE in Europe also cover Rexx.
Rexx supports several active forums. These allow you to post any questions you might have and also learn from the postings of others.
To access the Rexx newsgroup forum at
comp.lang.rexx through a Web browser, go through the site DBForums at
www.dbforums.com/f135. You can also access the same forum by pointing your Web browser to the Code Comments community at
www.codecomments.com/Rexxw. This is one of the most active online Rexx communities covering all aspects of the language.
Another Rexx language forum is accessible through the Talkabout Networkat
www.talkaboutprogramming.com/group/comp.lang.rexx/. Or just access the Talkabout ...