Besides the documentation, that is, this book, there are other resources about PostgreSQL:
The PostgreSQL wiki contains the project's FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) list, TODO list, and detailed information about many more topics.
The PostgreSQL web site carries details on the latest release and other information to make your work or play with PostgreSQL more productive.
The mailing lists are a good place to have your questions answered, to share experiences with other users, and to contact the developers. Consult the PostgreSQL web site for details.
PostgreSQL is an open-source project. As such, it depends on the user community for ongoing support. As you begin to use PostgreSQL, you will rely on others for help, either through the documentation or through the mailing lists. Consider contributing your knowledge back. Read the mailing lists and answer questions. If you learn something which is not in the documentation, write it up and contribute it. If you add features to the code, contribute them.
If you see anything in the documentation that is not correct, does not match your experience with the particular feature or requires further clarification, please use this form to report a documentation issue.