We’re excited to welcome you to our brand new Panther Slack workspace: slack.runpanther.io

Slack will serve as the main communication platform for our (growing!) community. If you have questions for us, just register and ask--the Panther team is standing by ready to assist!

Use channel #general to discuss questions and problems with the Panther platform, and to stay up to date with the latest community announcements. We’ve also created specific channels for particular issues, e.g. #deployment, #cloud-security, #log-analysis, etc.

Our goal is to make sure that everyone who participates in the community has a positive experience. To ensure this, it’s important that conversations in each channel stay on topic. Please be courteous to others and make it as easy as possible for others to help you. Be clear and constructive when giving feedback, and be open when receiving it. Refrain from subtle put-downs, unfriendly language, name-calling, personal attacks, bigotry, and harassment.

For issues, bugs, or feature requests, GitHub issues are still best. We also welcome code contributions! Please read the contributing guidelines before submitting pull requests.

We hope this Slack channel helps resolve issues, suggestions, and questions you have about Panther. We appreciate your continued collaboration and support. If you have questions or feedback, just ping us on Slack or send an email to contact@runpanther.io.

To learn more about our latest release, Panther v1.0, read our release announcement and register for our on demand Panther 101 webinar. Also check out our Github repo and read the Panther v1.0 docs.

Thanks, and welcome to the community!