You can contact us in following ways depending on the nature of your inquiries:
If you would like to know more about how to join as a member or how to follow our updates and blogs and wish to receive regular updates via e-mail or RSS (really simple syndication) and so forth, please write to our list server e-mail address at email@example.com
If you would like to send us articles or blogs, you can address the letter to individual chapter coordinator and drop your e-mail to the list server firstname.lastname@example.org for their due attention.
If you have any specific project in mind that you wish to associate with Species Ecology or if you are representing organization that you like to collaborate with Species Ecology, you can send your e-mail to either the list server address above or e-mail to email@example.com
Should you wish to directly text chat with any of our volunteers or web administrators or to involve in friendly text chat over a coffee with members of Species Ecology, you can reach us via freenode IRC server. Species Ecology serves an IRC (Internet Relay Chat) channel called #Ecoblogs.
To access the freenode IRC servers, you’ll first need an IRC client (software package). Text clients include irssi, WeeChat, and ERC. Graphical clients include XChat, Smuxi, and Quassel for Unix and GNU/Linux, and mIRC for Windows. Packages for various IRC clients may be included on your operating system and links to web sites for the client software can be found by clicking this hotspot link http://www.irc.org/links.html. Once you have a client, you’ll need a server. You can simply use chat.freenode.net to reach main rotation servers of the freenode.
Once you are connected join our channel by writing the following command in your client’s text box /j #Ecoblogs Please note, to connect via IRC, you will need high speed fiber optic cable broadband or good DSL (digital subscriber line) based modem. Your local ISP (Internet Service Provider) can provide more details on how to connect IRC server.
All other general inquiries including further help on how to hook into our IRC channel, please write to the list server address at firstname.lastname@example.org
We will also soon introduce postal address where you can send your snail mail too! We look forward to seeing you in our IRC channel #Ecoblogs