Zulip

Oct 7, 2018
2016
San Francisco, CA, USA

The world’s most productive group chat. Zulip combines the immediacy of Slack with an email threading model. With Zulip, you can catch up on important conversations while ignoring irrelevant ones.

Zulip is 100% open source software, built by a vibrant community of hundreds of developers from all around the world. With 120,000 words of developer documentation, a high quality code base, and a welcoming community, it’s easy to extend or tweak Zulip.

Zulip is used by open source projects, Fortune 500 companies, large standards bodies, and others who need a real-time chat system that allows users to easily process hundreds or thousands of messages a day.

May 7, 2018   |  By Tim Abbott
Today we’re releasing Zulip Server 1.8.1. This is a bug fix release, containing a few dozen cherry-picked changes since 1.8.0.
Apr 18, 2018   |  By Tim Abbott
We're excited to announce the release of Zulip Server 1.8, containing hundreds of new features and bug fixes.
Apr 12, 2018   |  By Tim Abbott
Today we’re releasing Zulip Server 1.7.2. This is a security release, containing just a handful of cherry-picked changes since 1.7.1.
Oct 25, 2017   |  By Tim Abbott
We're excited to announce the release of Zulip Server 1.7, containing hundreds of new features and bug fixes.
Jun 6, 2017   |  By Tim Abbott
We're excited to announce the release of Zulip Server 1.6.0, containing hundreds of new features and bug fixes.
May 13, 2018   |  By PyCon 2018
Python now offers static types! Companies like Dropbox and Facebook, and open-source projects like Zulip, use static types (with PEP 484 and mypy) to make Python more productive and fun to work with — in existing codebases from 40k lines to 4 million, in Python 2 and 3, and while preserving the conciseness and flexibility that make Python a great language in the first place. I’ll describe how.
Jan 27, 2018   |  By Aswin vb
Omega-bot is a zulip chat bot into which lot of features are integrated.
Aug 21, 2017   |  By SF Python
Rich Gupta presents specific, reusable techniques used to build an open source project and make the community successful.