How about an IRC channel?

Just sent you an invite.

I can join in with Slack: austin at zieglers dot ca.

Thanks for doing this!

Looking for an invite - ahsanul@gmail.com

I’d like an invite too - first name at last name dot com (Dan Hersam)

Please, do send me an invite too at fabio AT locati DOT cc. Thanks a lot :slight_smile:

Can you send me an invite too in the same time ?

Could you please send me an invite too? :slight_smile: Many thanks!

Looking for an invite too: peter@olds.co :slight_smile:

Would you add me? e-mail is henderson dot michael dot d @ gmail dot com. Thanks, Mike

Just discovered this, was wishing for an IRC channel myself, Slack does just fine. :slight_smile:

@spf13 Invite please: kartiksinghal at gmail

Could you please add me? My email is tdemachi at gmail dot com

Kindly send me an invite at ( yasoob.khld @ gmail . com )

Real-time communication is nearly always a great option in my book. voxadam[at]gmail

I’m considering setting up https://gitter.im/ for it. What do others think. No registration, just sign in with GitHub.

spf13 discuss@gohugo.io writes:

I’m considering setting up https://gitter.im/ for it. What do others
think. No registration, just sign in with GitHub.

Well, I’ve github account and would probably use it, but considering
that I use regular IRC (mostly @Freenode) and hang on few channels,
having regular IRC channell is preferable option for me, especially
considering one can use specialized IRC client - Hexchat - in my case -
which provides nice notifcations etc. on my GNOME system.

Sincerely,
Gour

It’d be simpler than the current route. Sending a PM to get invited works for low volumes. Won’t scale very well, though.

gour, Slack allows connections via irc.

Can you please send an invite to cureadvocate@gmail.com?

Invite sent.

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Same, can I ask for invite?