Difference between revisions of "Community code chat"

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* [http://pastebin.com/z1rkBCUN February 16th, 2012]
* [http://pastebin.com/z1rkBCUN February 16th, 2012]
* [March 1st, 2012] (http://pastebin.com/BFzBegVD)
* [http://pastebin.com/BFzBegVD March 1st, 2012]
* [http://pastebin.com/v38rU3pJ March 15th, 2012]
* [http://pastebin.com/v38rU3pJ March 15th, 2012]
* [http://pastebin.com/tAxt6zE7 March 29th, 2012]
* [http://pastebin.com/tAxt6zE7 March 29th, 2012]

Revision as of 22:25, 1 October 2012

What is it?

Code chat is a bi-weekly community discussion held by the Diaspora core development team. The user and developer community is welcome to join in, ask questions, and get updates on where the project is heading.

When is it?

Code Chat is every other Thursday at 10am PST. (For example, the first code chat was on February 16th, so the one following it would be on March 1st.) Of course, we’ll always have reminders before a Code Chat starts in case any newcomers want to join in.

Where is it?

Code Chat takes place on irc.freenode.net on the #diaspora-discuss channel. You could also just click this link here: http://bit.ly/diaspora-meeting

What if I miss it?

Code Chats are logged so that anyone that misses out can still tune in and see what’s going on. We don’t want anybody in our community to miss the chance to get in the know as to what’s going on with the project, so logs will constantly be published and linked to below.