DC706 Comms Channel is Live!
This is just a quick update based on some discussion that spawned from the first ever DC706 meeting. There was a clear desire to establish some sort of communication channel for the organization be it IRC, Slack, Discord, or some other group chat service. When DC706 was created, we knew we would need to establish comms via something like IRC at some point, but the strategy initially was to solidify some of the more practical aspects of running an organization first (branding, where to meet, what to do, etc...) before jumping into the social aspects of it.
Now that DC706 is formally established, it is time for us to establish a formal comms channel for our members. We've done just that, introducting the DC706 discord server!
We have already established a variety of organization structures within the server including:
- Private CTF team Channels
- Small group voice chats
- Pre-made topic channels that mirror DC706's core interests
Our discord is open to the public, and only requires that you have verified email address on your account. We will be moderating membership to some extent to faciliate events and permissioning structures, but this is a free and open community true to the hacker mantra. Come share information and be a part of our community, you will find an invite link on our new COMMS page on our website!