I have heard that having a mattermost instance would be nice. I hear the C++ GCC front-end folks are using an instance for their work. I was hearing the gfortan folks would like to have an instance too: https://gcc.gnu.org/pipermail/fortran/2022-December/058568.html
There are ways of connecting mattermost to IRC also. https://mattermost.com/blog/connect-irc-to-mattermost/
(In reply to Andrew Pinski from comment #0)
> I hear the C++ GCC front-end folks are using an instance for their work.
Maybe you're thinking of the ISO C++ committee. I don't think there's one for G++ (unless they're keeping it secret!)
Remereth @ OSUOSL has kindly started setting up a mattermost instance for us. At least one tool-shed question remains: what to call it in DNS? Is this only relevant to gfortran or can/should it be shared? I am not aware of a current Mattermost<->IRC bridge facility that could make this instance relevant to the various IRC communities.
This is now https://gfortran-mm.osuosl.org
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