Co-working hub to an online community?
Hackerspace Trójmiasto founders tell how they were able to reinvent an IRL-community as a Discord server.
Last week Lera, Karina and I talked to Marcin and Piotr, the leaders of Hackerspace Trójmiasto co-working about real-life communities vs online communities and the best ways to monetise both.
Moving the IRL community to Discord makes lots of sense
Virtual events are hard, but easier if the community is strong
You sharing this podcast with a friend means a lot to us <3
03:00 - Transferring an offline community to online
09:30 - Losing members and how to convince people to move
16:30 - How to engage with your community
21:05 - Raves and bots
24:25 - Hybrid events
31:35 - The first steps in establishing a community in Discord
34:45 - Money
38:00 - Code:Me
39:55 - Outro
Community builders and digital content creators. Available for contract work.
Lera: artist, full-time gen z - https://instagram.com/toitwibe
Karina: business leader - http://linkedin.com/in/karinashakh
Olle: OBS operator - https://tooevangelist.substack.com
More about the team and the 👁👄👁 community.
Piotr Gaczkowski - Creator. Efficiency Hacker. Human Jukebox.
A special episode with Anna Grigoryan - Community Weekly
Professional developer communities on Discord with Zan Markan - CircleCI
The community for community builders with Alex Angel - Commsor
How to hire a community manager with Jamie Cantrell Langskov - MongoDB
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Research company App Annie reports Discord as a top 5 downloaded app across EMEA and the Americas. And you’re still renting your community from Facebook? =)
/This text has been written by Olle and reviewed by Karina, Lera, our Discord community and Grammarly