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This is a page for newcomers to the DELPH-IN community. Welcome!
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This is a page for newcomers to the DELPH-IN community. Most of the information is already on the overview page, but this more direct.

When you join, it can be a bit overwhelming. Some of the discussion may be a bit detailed at first, but we would recommend you join:

 * The [[http://discourse.delph-in.net|stack-exchange style forum]], using the Discourse platform.

 * The developers list ([[http://lists.delph-in.net/|DELPH-IN mailing lists]]). If you click on a list, there is a link to the archive near the top of the page.

 * You are also encouraged to join the wiki: Please create a WikiName for yourself, which may require obtaining a ‘textcha’ to protect against wiki spam; once registered at the wiki, to request write access please contact `info` ''at'' `delph-in.net`. We hope that you will contribute to these pages over time.

This is a page for newcomers to the DELPH-IN community. Welcome!

Most of the information is already on the overview page, but this more direct.

When you join, it can be a bit overwhelming. Some of the discussion may be a bit detailed at first, but we would recommend you join:

  • The stack-exchange style forum, using the Discourse platform.

  • The developers list (DELPH-IN mailing lists). If you click on a list, there is a link to the archive near the top of the page.

  • You are also encouraged to join the wiki: Please create a WikiName for yourself, which may require obtaining a ‘textcha’ to protect against wiki spam; once registered at the wiki, to request write access please contact info at delph-in.net. We hope that you will contribute to these pages over time.

DelphinWelcome (last edited 2020-10-15 16:22:16 by EmilyBender)

(The DELPH-IN infrastructure is hosted at the University of Oslo)