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* [[Jitsi Virtual Hackitorium]] - https://nsa.bench.supply/hackatorium
 
* [[Jitsi Virtual Hackitorium]] - https://nsa.bench.supply/hackatorium
 
* [[Pad]] - Pad.riseup.net is used for collaborative note-taking during [[meetings]].
 
* [[Pad]] - Pad.riseup.net is used for collaborative note-taking during [[meetings]].
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* [[Pub]] - Welcome to our [https://github.com/ssbc/ssb-server/wiki/Pub-servers public channel] for [https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2017/05/meet-the-counterantidisintermediationists/527553/ Secure Scuttlebutt].
 
* [[Meetup]] - We maintain a listing of events like classes on Meetup.
 
* [[Meetup]] - We maintain a listing of events like classes on Meetup.
 
* [[IRC]] - It's full of bad jokes and robots that go quack
 
* [[IRC]] - It's full of bad jokes and robots that go quack

Revision as of 22:27, 12 September 2021

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Comms | Discuss | Slack | Jitsi | Pad | Meetup | Discord | IRC | Contacts | Edit


Noisebridgers use several communications channels to stay in touch. We primarily use Discuss forums for public discussions, Slack for invite-only internal discussions, Jitsi for live-streamed meetings, Pad for meeting notes, Meetup for event listings, and Discord for general open chat voice/video hangouts.

Communications channels for staying in touch