I started the Sitecore Slack channel nearly two months ago (8/30/2015) along with the help of Mike Reynolds and Johann Baziret. It’s amazing to see the growth of the community channel and the need for it. Here are some stats from today:
322 1300+ members on the Sitecore Slack community as of today.
I honestly think that I would not have been able to chat with my fellow Sitecore developers from across the world, if it weren’t for Slack.
Need an Invite? – Submit an entry through this form https://drive.google.com/open?id=1bAVDgP5-FhFh8ohPchHtifq-rz7EBkuPojAzdEofJyo
Feels like we are not only getting to know each other but modules like Sitecore Powershell, Glass and Unicorn are getting first hand feedback, thereby getting more releases out.
The plus side is all the laughs you get from the creative Giphy (fails!) and Meme’s.
We currently have a few admins who can help you get on Slack or help you get into channels/private groups. If you need to get on slack, message any of the following on Twitter or LinkedIn:
- Akshay Sura
- Michael Ian Reynolds
- Kamruz Jaman
- Adam Najmanowicz
- Nikola Gotsev
- Mike Edwards
- Johann Baziret
- Anis Chohan
- Richard Seal
- Dan Solovay
- Nathanael Mann
- Anders Laub
- Jason Wilkerson
- Michael West
- Steve McGill
- Mark Cassidy
- Marek Musielak
If you have questions or comments, please be sure to get in touch with me. As always, I love to be part of this great Sitecore Community. Live and Breathe Sitecore.
A special shout out to Pieter Brinkman, who always volunteers to help with making the community better. In this case to a paid subscription of slack which is not needed the way we use it.
Another shout out to Kamruz Jaman for being the integration man!