Zulip was also founded and is run by Tim Abbott, who did a lot of work on
Sage in the past, mainly single-handedly getting Sage into Debian back in
2007... He's now focusing a lot of effort on Zulip.
On Sun, Aug 6, 2017 at 9:44 AM David Roe <roed.m...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> I've set up a server running Zulip for realtime collaboration on Sage.
> You can try it out at zulip.sagemath.org. More details below....
> Zulip is an open source group chat program (see their website
> <https://zulip.org/> and chat room <https://chat.zulip.org>). Zulip is
> organized into streams, and within each stream you can narrow by topic.
> I've set up a bunch of streams to start us off, but you can also create
> your own.
> *Signing up*
> You can register using a google account, a github account, or by entering
> an e-mail and password. Note that the e-mail settings are not yet fully
> configured, so e-mails will most likely go to your *spam filter*; check
> there first. If you have other problems registering, please let me know.
> There is a set of default streams that you will be subscribed to when you
> join, but there are lots more that you can find in the Manage Streams menu
> in Settings. For example, you might want to subscribe to the "number
> theory" and "padics" streams, or to the "combinatorics" and "porting"
> *Integration with Trac*
> I've set up a bot so that every update to trac gets sent to the trac
> stream and to a stream for the component (e.g. trac-padics); you can either
> subscribe to "trac" to get all notifications or to a set of components.
> Since trac's wiki language isn't the same as markdown, some of the
> formatting will be off. If you're interested in improving the bot, let me
> For now, I want to see how well Zulip works for the Sage developers (for
> example, with enough critical mass of users it might become a good place to
> find people to review your tickets). Eventually, I could also see Zulip
> also being valuable as a place where users could ask questions. Some of
> the streams that I've set up are with this aim in mind.
> Hope to hear from you on Zulip!
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