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== Discord ==
 
== Discord ==
The most active place for related discussion is [https://discord.gg/b8jd2wZ Discord - The Board Room] where many of the active CHIP community members hang out and discuss all that might be of interest (SBCs, microcontrollers, 3D Printers, Gaming, Slavic Rock and more).
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A number of formerly active forum members now hang out in [https://discord.gg/b8jd2wZ The Board Room]. We talk about a lot of things (SBCs, microcontrollers, 3D Printers, Gaming, Slavic Rock, Gardening and more). Feel free to drop by and talk about whatever, really.
 
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There's also a quieter [https://discord.gg/dX924BJ Discord - NTC unofficial] that's aimed more at ongoing CHIP related discussion.
 
There's also a quieter [https://discord.gg/dX924BJ Discord - NTC unofficial] that's aimed more at ongoing CHIP related discussion.
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== Slack ==
 
== Slack ==
  
There's a [https://slofile.com/slack/chipster Chipsters Slack channel] although this is quieter now (most conversation moved to Discord ([https://discord.gg/b8jd2wZ The Board Room]). You can occasionally find ex members of NTC staff there.
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There's a [https://slofile.com/slack/chipster Chipsters Slack channel] although this is quieter now (most conversation moved to [[#Discord|Discord]]). You can occasionally find ex members of NTC staff there.
  
 
== IRC ==
 
== IRC ==
  
There's an official(ish) IRC channel on freenode called #chipsters. There is a [http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=chipsters web interface] for this but at times this may not work too well as there has been some SPAM on the channel. To talk you might need to register and identify yourself with NickServ
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There's an official(ish) Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channel at irc.freenode.net called #chipsters. There is a [http://webchat.freenode.net/?channels=chipsters web interface] for this but at times this may not work too well as there has been some SPAM on the channel. You can visit the channel without signing in, but to chat, you will need to register, and then identify yourself with NickServ
  
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In addition to going with a browser, you can also use dedicated IRC software to go to Freenode. There are many IRC clients available, both GUI and command line.  Examples are IRCII, irssi, weechat and xchat.
  
 
== Facebook ==
 
== Facebook ==
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There's a facebook group at [https://www.facebook.com/groups/254786828669863/ CHIP Single Board Computer]

Latest revision as of 16:01, 10 October 2018


Discord

A number of formerly active forum members now hang out in The Board Room. We talk about a lot of things (SBCs, microcontrollers, 3D Printers, Gaming, Slavic Rock, Gardening and more). Feel free to drop by and talk about whatever, really.

There's also a quieter Discord - NTC unofficial that's aimed more at ongoing CHIP related discussion.

Slack

There's a Chipsters Slack channel although this is quieter now (most conversation moved to Discord). You can occasionally find ex members of NTC staff there.

IRC

There's an official(ish) Internet Relay Chat (IRC) channel at irc.freenode.net called #chipsters. There is a web interface for this but at times this may not work too well as there has been some SPAM on the channel. You can visit the channel without signing in, but to chat, you will need to register, and then identify yourself with NickServ

In addition to going with a browser, you can also use dedicated IRC software to go to Freenode. There are many IRC clients available, both GUI and command line. Examples are IRCII, irssi, weechat and xchat.

Facebook

There's a facebook group at CHIP Single Board Computer