Zulip

2016
San Francisco, CA, USA
Sep 23, 2019   |  By Tim Abbott
We released Zulip Server 2.0.6 today. This is a bug fix release, containing several cherry-picked changes since Zulip 2.0.5.
Sep 11, 2019   |  By Tim Abbott
We released Zulip Server 2.0.5 today. This is a security release, containing a handful of cherry-picked changes since Zulip 2.0.4.
Jun 7, 2019   |  By Tim Abbott
We released Zulip Server 2.0.4 today. This is a bug fix release, containing a dozen cherry-picked changes since Zulip 2.0.3.
Apr 23, 2019   |  By Tim Abbott
We released Zulip Server 2.0.3 today. This is a bug fix release, containing a few dozen cherry-picked changes since Zulip 2.0.2.
Mar 15, 2019   |  By Tim Abbott
We released Zulip Server 2.0.2 today. This is a bug fix release, containing a dozen cherry-picked changes since Zulip 2.0.1.
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.