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Steve Krouse committed Sep 8, 2019
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@@ -40,7 +40,10 @@ const moved = {
'/essays/visual': '/drafts/visual',
'/drafts/frp': '/papers/comprehensible-frp',
'/notes/conal-elliot': '/notes/conal-elliott',
'/drafts/dctp': '/essays/dctp'
'/drafts/dctp': '/essays/dctp',
'slack': '/community',
'slack-link': 'https://join.slack.com/t/futureofcoding/shared_invite/enQtNjk1NDc2MTkzNjE4LWFjYTY2NDU1ODI1MTI5M2MwYjZlZTk4OTU5NTM1YTRiMDEwODZhN2Y3OWNhN2VmZDU4YmJiZjlhYTFjYmJhZGQ',
'slack-readme': '/community'
}

const movedKey = Object.keys(moved).find(url => window.location.pathname.includes(url))
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<div class="container-lg px-3 my-5 markdown-body">
<nav>
<a href="/" class="foc title">Future of Coding</a>
<a href="/slack" >Community</a>
<a href="/#episodes">Podcast</a>
<a href="/about">About</a>
<a href="/community" >Community</a>
<a href="/log">Log</a>
<a href="https://patreon.com/stevekrouse"><img class="patreon" src="https://c5.patreon.com/external/logo/become_a_patron_button@2x.png">
</a>
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---
title: Slack README
title: Future of Coding Community
---

<h1>Slack README</h1>
<h1>Future of Coding Community</h1>

* TOC
{:toc}

## About

The Slack is loosely connected to the Future of Coding podcast -- people hear about it there and sometimes discuss episodes -- but it&#39;s only one of many, many common touch points for the community, including Bret Victor, Douglas Engelbart, Alan Kay, Fred Brooks, HCI, HARC, Eve... For a fuller list of relevant people, topics, and links, check out [Chris Novello's _Computer Utopias_ curriculum](http://chrisnovello.com/teaching/risd/computer-utopias/) (particularly Week 3 &amp; 4).

## Purposes

1. Sharing of ideas, debate, feedback, constructive criticism, and collaboration

2. Encouragement, high fives

3. Organizing IRL meetings and meetups
The Future of Coding Slack is loosely connected to the Future of Coding podcast. People hear about it there and sometimes discuss episodes -- but it's only one of many common touch points for the community, including Bret Victor, Douglas Engelbart, Alan Kay, Fred Brooks, HCI, HARC, Eve... For a fuller list of relevant people, topics, and links, check out [Chris Novello's _Computer Utopias_ curriculum](http://chrisnovello.com/teaching/risd/computer-utopias/) (particularly Week 3 & 4) and [The New Media Reader](https://mitpress.mit.edu/books/new-media-reader).

## Getting Started

You can [join the Slack here](http://futureofcoding.org/slack).
On desktop, you can [join the Slack here](http://futureofcoding.org/slack-link). The link doesn't work on mobile for some reason.

Upon joining the Slack, you get this automated message:

👋 welcome welcome @new\_user\_name! Head over to the Future of Coding Slack README for a 5 minute intro futureofcoding.org/slack-readme

So if you are reading this message, congrats on following the instructions!

1. Introduce yourself in the #introductions channel (after reading the style guide)
1. Introduce yourself in the #introductions channel (after reading the [style guide](https://futureofcoding.org/community#style-guide))
2. Join the relevant channels
3. Be kind and have fun!

* TOC
{:toc}

## Purposes

The purposes of the Future of Coding Slack are:

1. Sharing of ideas, debate, feedback, constructive criticism, and collaboration

2. Encouragement, high fives

3. Organizing IRL meetings and meetups

## Channels

### #introductions
@@ -79,7 +79,7 @@ Post if you are hiring or looking for work. Work related to the future of coding

This slack discusses nuanced topics, so we have a strong preference for organizing conversations by thread. If you want to respond to someone, respond in the thread of that message. Do not respond with another top-level message.

When creating a top-level message, try to create it in a single message so that it&#39;s easier to thread off it. You can create newlines with shift-enter. It&#39;s helpful to draft longer messages in your personal channel @yourname channel.
When creating a top-level message, try to create it in a single message so that it's easier to thread off it. You can create newlines with shift-enter. It's helpful to draft longer messages in your personal channel @yourname channel.

### Sharing your own work

@@ -102,6 +102,11 @@ This community was started by Irvin Hwang as a Google Group in mid-2017 for orga

## Changelog

### Sept 8, 2019

- Moved /slack to /slack-link
- Redirect /slack and /slack-readme to /community

### July 7, 2019

- Added #robust-compute channel as per @curious_reader's request after a 60-message thread
@@ -110,6 +115,10 @@ This community was started by Irvin Hwang as a Google Group in mid-2017 for orga

- Added #category-theory as per Stefan Lesser's request to foster a study group

### May 18, 2019

- Created #research-center channel to discuss the idea of an in-person research community, requested by David Broderick

### March 1, 2019

- Added #jobs channel
@@ -138,9 +147,6 @@ This community was started by Irvin Hwang as a Google Group in mid-2017 for orga
- Changed the name of the Slack to Future of Coding and the URL to futureofcoding.slack.com
- Created #music channel

### May 18, 2019

- Created #research-center channel to discuss the idea of an in-person research community, requested by David Broderick

### Proposed changes

@@ -156,6 +162,6 @@ Many of us also congretate on Twitter. You can check out [who I follow](http://t

### Others

- [r/n](https://www.reddit.com/r/nosyntax/)[osyntax](https://www.reddit.com/r/nosyntax/)
- [r/nosyntax](https://www.reddit.com/r/nosyntax/)
- [r/futureofprogramming](https://www.reddit.com/r/futureofprogramming)
- [nearthespeedoflight.com](http://discuss.nearthespeedoflight.com/)
@@ -27,11 +27,11 @@ Are you looking for the _real_ computer revolution? Join the club!

<br>

Future of Coding is a [community](/slack), [podcast](/episodes), and [research project](/log) organized by Steve Krouse.
Future of Coding is a [community](/community), [podcast](#episodes), and [research project](/log) organized by Steve Krouse.

<br>

Join our [Slack community](https://join.slack.com/t/futureofcoding/shared_invite/enQtNjk1NDc2MTkzNjE4LWFjYTY2NDU1ODI1MTI5M2MwYjZlZTk4OTU5NTM1YTRiMDEwODZhN2Y3OWNhN2VmZDU4YmJiZjlhYTFjYmJhZGQ)! (The join link doesn't work on mobile.) We share ideas, prototypes, opinions, and debate each other endlessly. We also organize meetups in NYC, London, Boston, SF, Kitchener-Waterloo, Seattle... [Learn more about our community here](./slack-readme).
Join our [Slack community](/community)! We share ideas, prototypes, opinions, and debate each other endlessly. We also organize meetups in NYC, London, Boston, SF, Kitchener-Waterloo, Seattle... [Learn more about our community here](./slack-readme).

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