There is a fresh and alive community around dyne:bolic, join us and feel da vibez! GNU/Linux is a big family!

You will find many ways to stay in touch with other users of dyne:bolic, to share experiences, suggestions and ideas: here below a list of them.

Discussion mailinglist

Discussion mailinglist

Give and get help in the user community! Our mailinglist features new releases, roadmaps and debates in multiple languages. You’ll find a friendly environment, good humour and cyberfreaks hanging around :^) If you are new to mailinglists, please take the time to read the Netiquette Guidelines (RFC1855) and in particular the chapter 3.0 about One-to-Many Communication. The mailinglists we are hosting are open, they are published on the web and can be searched in public available archives. Posting to them is limited to...

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PSYC and IRC (Internet Relay Chat)

PSYC and IRC (Internet Relay Chat)

You can get in touch via chat with a bunch of funny cyberfreaks. Be sure you are familiar with the style of chats: a good dose of humor always help! Our chat channels run over PSYC which allows you to connect using a web browser, an IRC or XMPP client or  even Telnet. Find out more on hinezumi.im and join us on the #dyne channel.

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habitantes de identica y lorea

habitantes de identica y lorea

((heyAll, this is a message to call for the spanish community to join new groups in the free social network of lorea and in the microbloggin system of identica. stay tune)) hola con la intención de fortalecer la vibrante comunidad dynebolic en español, te invitamos a conectarte a 2 nuevos nodos que nos servirán para coordinar colaboraciones, traducciones, experiencias, locuras: en N-1: https://n-1.cc/pg/groups/575508/dynebolic/ en...

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Linux Musicians forum (USA)

Linux Musicians forum (USA)

  The Linux Musicians community aims to support the learning and discovery of music composing & production, home recording and audio engineering GNU/Linux. Whether you are a professional or hobbyist; producing or recording; live or canned; new or old; digital or acoustic, we hope you will find valuable resources and references here. You can participate to their forum discussions, as well read and improve their wiki with  useful information about working with GNU/Linux as audio...

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