With all the new brigadeers (is that an acceptable word? I’m not sure. But I’m using it anyway) as of the last week or so, we’ve increasingly ran into some onboarding confusion with the shared techSAV Slack team, as well as the growing realization that we’re bordering on junking up the techSAV team with a half-dozen
#opensav project channels. While we very much think it’s important to stay connected to and engaged with the techSAV community on Slack, it also might be helpful for both the broader community and for newcomers for us to have our own dedicated Slack team and then a shared Slack channel using Slackline for the
Does this mean we’re leaving techSAV’s Slack team?
No, not at all. In fact, it’s as important as ever that we engage with Savannah area technologists and entrepreneurial comminities. It just means we’re using up a lot of their message archive count, and need to branch out with a dedicated team.