The PHP South Wales Slack is where our offline community lives online. Our Slack is the best place to ask for help and stay in touch.
When you first join us on Slack, you'll be automatically added to the #community channel. This is where most of the conversations takes place.
To interact with other meetup attendees during and in between meetups, join the #meetup channel.
There are specific channels for different technologies such as #drupal, #symfony and #laravel.
Assume that others only receive notifications if they are @ mentioned or if @here or @channel is used. It is polite to @ mention someone when you are seeking their attention or use @here to obtain the attention of everyone. Please don't use the more severe @channel.
You can send Slack messages at any time of day. Anyone who doesn’t want to be disturbed can configure their Slack notifications appropriately.
You can learn more about using Slack with Slack’s Getting Started Guide.
If you’re having trouble joining or using Slack, email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll be happy to help.