Community, Common Room
When we launched our Slack community, we wanted to set the stage for people to connect with each other right away. It's hard to connect with empty avatars and zero personal insights, so we wrote this simple guide for Uncommon community members to make a great first impression on Slack.
We also find it helpful to include a list of channels in the community and their purposes, so we added it to this guide as well. If you're launching a new Slack community and like what you see, we invite you to take it and make it your own.
If you go to edit your profile, you'll see a screen similar to the one below.
You can find the full directory in #lets-begin, along with guidance on how to get started with our community and find community resources.
Got an idea for a new channel? At-mention an Uncommon team member in Slack (we identify ourselves in our display names).
Now that you've set up your profile and checked out our channels, start by introducing yourself and #say-hello 👋🏻
And if you haven't already, please review our Uncommon Code of Conduct—it always helps to start off on the same page.
June 15th, 2023
2:00PM - 2:45PM UTC
Senior Director of Developer Advocacy, ClickHouse