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Gitter is a communication product for communities and teams on GitHub. Since launching our paid plans in September last year, we've had a lot of feedback on how people's usage of Gitter has changed. We've given this a great deal of thought and today are announcing a simpler paid plan and giving away a lot more for free at the same time. Rather than limiting usage of features such as chat history and the number of…

今日は

The amazing thing about our journey building Gitter is just how global our communities are. We're a fairly international team ourselves, comprised of two South Africans, an Englishman, a Brazilian and an Argentinian. You should hear the jokes when we walk into a bar... Japanese language rooms form our second largest non-English communities and we have started embarking on translating our app into Japanese. We've started on the front page and will gradually start moving all…

привет

Russian language rooms form our largest non-English communities and we have started embarking on translating our app into Russian. We've started on the front page and will gradually start moving all of the strings in the application over to externalised templates. It is very possible that some of the translations are a bit wrong. We used an agency to help us with this and it's possible they didn't quite understand a few things. You can help…

Gitter Public Beta

TL;DR: Check out gitter.im We love chat. We've been using chat in various forms since the 90's. IRC, done it. ICQ, been there. Skype, worked there. So much chat, yet still we couldn't help feeling an itch that wouldn't scratch. We mostly talk about software. Why didn't our chat product understand us? Gitter is chat built by people who make software for people who make software. It's deeply integrated with GitHub, it knows your…

Limited beta launch FTW!

Hello Exactly two weeks ago we posted a textbook lean startup product page thing on HackerNews. The response was pretty sweet, we had thousands of people letting us know they were interested in a chat product built around GitHub. Even in meatspace around Silicon Roundabout people were excited about the concept. 10 days of solid coding later and today we are launching our limited beta. We still have a bunch of features to build and some…