I run online and offline communities, and.invariably I hit the challenges of where to communicate, how to organise events, visualising the network, sharing knowledge and more. I find slack useful but limited for communities Vs teams. What I see as the main difference, is that people in communities often a) don't know one another, b) don't always have shared work to do together.
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