The Teaching Open Source mailing list is the center of Teaching Open Source’s collaboration. Those interested in the community are encouraged to join the Mailing List to stay up to date on the happenings within the Teaching Open Source community. The TOS mailing list also serves as the focal point for discussion and planning on our projects.
The Mailing List:
The email@example.com mailing list is the main vehicle for discussion about Open Source educational models, support and funding schemes, community relationships, and other issues.
- To join, change your subscription options, or unsubscribe: firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list information page.
- To see previous postings to the list: email@example.com archives
- After joining the list, feel free to introduce yourself, what you do, what you are interested in, how you can help Teaching Open Source, and how we can help you. The IRC Channel:
IRC (Internet Relay Chat) is a form of synchronous text-based communication used by many Open Source projects. The #teachingopensource channel on the Freenode IRC network is a place to discuss the challenges of teaching Open Source live with others around the world. The #teachingopensource channel is available 24×7 for discussions. At certain times, we’ll use the channel to hold IRC meetings. Our meetings are archived by the Zodbot IRC bot. For more help:
The Planet Feed: