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|[https://creativecommons.slack.com/messages/C2S2MFAJW <code>#cc-openedu</code>]
Also see [[IRC]].

Revision as of 13:06, 4 February 2020


There is a Creative Commons IRC channel on the freenode network, called #creativecommons live connect

There is also a channel for CC's free software development work: #creativecommons-dev live connect

For those not familar with IRC have a look at the Wikipedia definition and download a software program for your operating-system so you can participate in the CC channel.

Code of Conduct

As a global nonprofit committed to establishing inclusive community norms, all participants in the Creative Commons Slack Organization are expected to abide by our Code of Conduct.

IRC/Slack Bridge

Creative Commons uses ekmartin/slack-irc to mirror communication between the IRC freenode network and Creative Commons Slack workspace:

IRC Slack
#creativecommons #general
#creativecommons-dev #cc-developers
#creativecommons-openedu #cc-openedu