Enhancing Communities on DevHub

Discover and connect with other developers in the NEAR community

At DevHub, we believe that strong communities are essential to a thriving NEAR developer ecosystem. That’s why we’re excited to announce new features that will make it easier for communities to collaborate, share knowledge, and contribute to innovation.

Discover Communities

Whether you’re a seasoned NEAR contributor or a new developer exploring our ecosystem, finding relevant information and groups can be challenging. That’s why we’ve created a dedicated community directory within DevHub. Here, you can quickly explore a wide range of communities, each focused on specific topics such as Zero Knowledge or Contract Standards. Stay up to date with the latest activities and connect with like-minded individuals who share your interest.

Create & Manage Communities

Are you passionate about a specific topic? You can now create and manage your very own community on DevHub. Add content, curate discussions, and customize the appearance. With these tools, you can shape the narrative and cultivate an engaging space where members can share expertise, ask questions, and learn from one another.

Enhanced Community Profiles

We’ve completely redesigned the homepage for each community on DevHub. Now, each community features a unique header and profile image that visually reflects its purpose. We've also added an activity feed that displays the latest discussions within your community.

Integrations with 3rd Party Tools

Lastly, we’ve added Telegram and GitHub integrations to make it easier to find everything in one place. Now your community can easily display the latest messages from its Telegram channel or activity from GitHub repositories.

We hope that these changes will make it easier for you to foster stronger connections and shape our ecosystem. Stay tuned for more changes coming soon!

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