We have chat rooms (IRC based, on the freenode network), which can be used for members of the community to contact each other:
The +s flag is set on all of these channels, so that someone can't know you're in these channels when they run whois on your IRC nick. The only way for someone to know is if they join those channels and see you there.
These are safe spaces. You are free to be yourself here, without judgement.
The above links are for web based chat, but you can also use other IRC clients on GNU+Linux, BSD, MacOS, Windows, Android, Replicant, iOS etc (GNU+Linux, BSD or Replicant highly recommended, for your freedom from tyranny as a computer user.
Information for connecting to IRC is as follows:
Whether you use the web chat, or a non-web based IRC client, it is highly recommended that you register your nick. Type this into IRC for information about how to register your IRC nickname:
/msg nickserv help register
We have a bot on IRC, with nick Granota. Documentation for how to use it is here
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