We know that ultimately, developing a sustainable open source software project depends on the strength of the community. Several ways to connect with the growing Avalon Media System community are listed below. We hope you'll consider joining our listserv, chatting on IRC, tracking our progress on JIRA, or checking out our code on Github. Throughout the development process, we'll be posting updates to our blog, Facebook page and Twitter, so be sure to keep up with us through those social media channels, too. Have feedback or want more information that you can't find on this website or our wiki? Feel free to contact us at any time.
However you decide to connect, we're looking forward to the conversation.
Avalon Community Announcements subscribe to email@example.com
The primary mailing list for announcements about upcoming developments, new releases, meeting and other important milestones during the development of Avalon Media System.
Avalon Discussion subscribe to firstname.lastname@example.org
The primary mailing list for discussion among those evaluating, piloting, or implementing Avalon. Discussion may be technical- or feature-oriented.
We have an Avalon IRC channel (chat room) for people who are interested the development of the system. The IRC channel is a casual and more interactive alternative to the Avalon mailing list for the discussion of the system, code and other ideas.
If you don't already have an IRC client, you can connect through the web at http://webchat.freenode.net/.
Nickname: Pick a name
Locate extensive documentation and other information not found on our website.
Track our development progress.
Get the Avalon code.