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What should we call the Alfresco 'community' website?

Question asked by kgastaldo Employee on Jul 15, 2016
Latest reply on Aug 25, 2016 by kgastaldo
Hey Community,

We're in the process of relaunching a community platform, replacing our current blogs, wiki, and forums. If you attended today's office hours, you already have a bit of these details, but I'll add a bit of color, for those who missed. In late August (target!), we'll be launching a new website, which will host all of the content currently held in our forums, blogs, and wiki. It's a place where you'll be able to ask a question, post a topic, message other members, and connect with our team. We'll be posting updates, release announcements, and more - and you'll be able to make announcements, organize meet ups, etc.

My question to you is - what can we call this thing? We as a company already use "community" quite a bit. We thought it might get confusing. We thought that "the source" was a nice play, but again, could be confusing as it's used so much in your everyday language.

I don't want to get bogged down in the name, as the real value comes from members and content - but I still have to refer to the new space in some way. I'd love any opinion you might have as to what we can call our new community!