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Feldera Community

Welcome to the Feldera Community, where anyone can join our Slack or Discord spaces to ask questions, get help, or discuss all things analytics and transformation — from Feldera, to incremental computation and view maintenance, lakehouses, streaming, batch computing and more. Join us today to connect with fellow developers and experts around the world.

You are also welcome to connect with us on Twitter, LinkedIn, GitHub, or by email.

Code of Conduct

All community participants are and should feel welcome, regardless of their personal background. Please be kind, courteous, and considerate to fellow participants. No offensive comments regarding gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion will be tolerated.

We expect all participants to be respectful when communicating with other participants, even when differences of opinion arise. Participants are expected to work together to resolve disagreements constructively and respectfully. Disagreement is no excuse for poor manners. Please be patient.

Best Practices for Slack and Discord

Slack messages are ephemeral

Messages in Slack only persist for 90 days. If there is a conversation that you may want to refer back to, please ensure that you save a copy.

Discord does not expire messages.

Choose an appropriate channel

Find a good channel to ask your questions. You might be able to find channels that aren't subscribed by default by browsing the channel list. Please do not post the same question in multiple channels.

Use threads

Slack threads allow users to browse through channels and find solutions. They also allow multiple conversations to happen at once.

Discord also supports threads and you are welcome to use them there too, although their use is not as ingrained into Discord culture as in Slack.

Ask and answer in public if you can

If you ask your questions in a public channel, rather than in direct messages (DMs) and answer others' questions there as well, then everyone benefits from the answers. It also gives everyone a chance to correct or clarify any mistakes. Of course, sometimes there are private details that should be limited to DMs.