glFusion Online Chat Moves to Discord

The glFusion team has used Gitter for the past few years as an online chat tool to discuss glFusion's development and provide support to folks that stop by to chat. Gitter has served us well, but we have decided to move our online chat over to the Discord service. Discord is a free, all-in-one voice and text chat that's  secure, and works on both your desktop and phone. While it was originally positioned for gamers as a method to collaborate, it has become very popular with several Open Source projects as a tool / platform for collaboration. A nice feature provided by Discord is the ability for us to create multiple channels. We support an Announcement Channel where we will announce glFusion updates, plugin releases, etc. A Support channel dedicated to providing real-time (when we're online) support and a Development Channel where we discuss glFusion development, including plugins and themes.

Feel free to pop into the glFusion Online Chat and say hi, or if you have a question, jump in and ask - we love to hear from the glFusion community.

by Mark

Mark is the main developer on glFusion. When not doing his real job and playing with his family, he really enjoys working on glFusion and the collaboration with the glFusion community.

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