pike mailing list
|A mailing list focused on general pike development, both in and with pike.
Sign up by mailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
The actual list is at email@example.com. Archives are available
|If you strongly prefer a webinterface to communicate then you may use WebKOM.
Follow the instructions in the WebKOM howto|
pike development conference
|At present, the main Pike development team internal coordination
and discussion takes place in a forum called
kom.lysator.liu.se, in the conference Pike (-) Developers forum,
which is also exported and imported to/from a
list at Lysator Academic Computer Society. Archives are also
|For those who want to try a native LysKOM client, there are at least
two actively maintained to choose from: the most widely used and deployed
client (for running inside of emacs or xemacs), and the Win32 client
The emacs client uses English natively, and runs on most systems where
emacs and xemacs do. There are also two web clients available,
(log on at webkom.lysator.liu.se)
and JySKOM (log on at
pike chat channel
|If you just want to chat idly with other people interrested in Pike, why
not give the #pike IRC channel on
freenode a try?
(When you ask for help, please be patient and wait for a reply.
Do not just leave if noone answered for 5 minutes.
Most people are very busy and aren't always able to respond right away.
On the other hand they are usually happy to answer even hours later and
don't mind if their response is not immediately acknowledged)|
|Want to meet real Pike users and developers?
are a great venue to meet people and learn
about Pike directly from the developers.|