Okay, I'm going to declare w3c.social available for the community. Still lots of cool things I want to do, but it seems stable enough (jynx). Feel free to spread the word to the greater W3C community to come try it out. (Again, this is not currently supported or endorsed by the W3C system team; just me for now.)
For people involved in the activities of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), in Working Groups or Community Groups, and people who follow the work of the W3C. Run on a volunteer basis by Sandro Hawke and others, NOT the W3C systems team, and NOT supported by W3C. Uses the W3C Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct. A place to talk online about the things you would talk about in a meeting, or at a meal with your group. We plan to have a relay-bot soon, so don't feel like you need an account here to be a member of this online community. Please post things you think the W3C community might find interesting!