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Please refer to this document to find out about our mailing lists.
|coala/coala-bears||Any bear related discussions|
|coala/editor-plugins||coala editor plugins, code, brackets, gedit, vim, etc|
|coala/depman||Any dependency management related discussions|
|coala/ast||Any AST (Abstract Syntax Tree) related discussions|
|coala/aspects||Any non AST discussions about languages and coala aspects|
|coala/community||For our Community engagement repositories!|
|coala/gci||If you're participating in Google Code-in|
|coala/coala/gsoc||If you're interested in GSoC|
|coala/performance||Profiling and performance optimizations!|
|coala/conferences||For Conference-Happy People!|
|coala/coala/artwork-corner||Artwork related discussions|
|coala/coala/offtopic||Anything fun! Our gaming sessions start here.|
|coala/freelancers||Join if you are or looking for becoming a Freelancer!|
|coala/cobot-test||corobo and cobot testing channel. Use
If you prefer using IRC, you can use the Gitter IRC bridge or use the
#coala-gsoc channels on freenode which are mirrored to their respective Gitter channels.
Most of the coala gitter channels are accessible on Telegram also with a bidirectional bridge. Ask on gitter to be added to those rooms.
There is a non-bridged Zulip instance at https://coala.zulipchat.com/ , which is used for Google Code-in mentoring. It has many of the same rooms as on Gitter, called streams.
If you think you should be on one of those lists, please request an invitation for it.
|coala/coala/maintainers||For Maintainer Discussions|
|coala/coala/gsoc-students||For Private GSoC Student/Mentor Discussions|
|coala/coala/gsoc-mentors||Private GSoC Mentor Only Communication|
Post questions with the coala tag.
Here is our G+ community.
We have a mumble server where you can hang out and VoiP with other coalaians! To use it, you need to install the mumble client and connect to mumble.coala.io.