Done -- ceri
FreeBSD's community is diverse and extensive, and can be found everywhere great conversations and activity takes place. You'll find our community and spaces intelligent, welcoming and approachable.
The project maintains several official community spaces where developers, contributors and users can find help and support, stay up to date, coordinate and collaborate or just kick back, relax and socialise.
For regularly run in-person and online meets, checkout our FreeBSD Events.
Beyond officially run community spaces, there are User Groups in 34 countries, along with highly active FreeBSD communities on Twitter, StackOverflow, ServerFault, MeetUp.com among many other technology-related spaces.
Our mailing lists are a primary communication channel covering many topic areas.
You can [Browse the FreeBSD mailing lists] or, [search:archive] or [browse:archive] the list archives
- NOTE: whatever you want to do with 'english mailing lists'. maybe move this to 'lists are english language unless otherwise specified' or something in the intro.
FreeBSD officially maintains an IRC presence with many channels covering subjects and topics ranging from general support to contribution and development. Many project teams have dedicated channels where they plan and coordinate, so if you have a particular area of interest or just want to hang out and learn, check out our Wiki for more information on our FreeBSD IRC Channels.
* Update to only point to WWW:Community/IRC
* Kill page. Two links to !english docs landing pages, one to homepage, one empty external site.
Kill link in sidebar (replaced by serverfault link above)