This is a pretty exciting week at InfluxData. We’re descending on London for InfluxDays on Thursday and Friday (if you’re not in Europe, don’t worry, we are livestreaming and recording the sessions). While here in London, a group of us are getting together to launch a new virtual program at InfluxDB to engage with our community that we’re calling Community Office Hours on Wednesday, June 12th at 4:00 pm London time, 8:00 am PST.
Our InfluxDB Community Office Hours will be a monthly live panel with Q&A where Influxers will be available to answer all of your questions about time series and InfluxDB. For the kickoff, we’ll have Michael Desa and Jacob Marble, two of our software engineers; David McKay, developer relations manager; and me, our community manager. We’re all here with one goal: to answer anything you want to know about!
We’ve spent some time looking over questions on our community site, Slack, Reddit, and talked to some of the support folks to find common questions being asked. We have those questions banked but would love to hear from you. During the panel, you can write in with your question, or ask on camera. Think of it like creating a watercolor for all of us to chat.
All of our Community Office Hours are being recorded, so if you can’t make it, you can catch up on what you missed. The downside to that is that you won’t be able to ask your questions. To join us for office hours and get a reminder before we start, click here.
We’re pretty excited about this new way of interacting with our community members and hope to see you on Wednesday.