Mailing Lists and Communication

From MIT Assassins' Guild

This document is an index of all of the communication platforms and resources that you, a regular member of the MIT Assassins' Guild, should be aware of.

Mailing Lists[edit]

  • assassins-guild: the general membership list. Receives applications for upcoming games and announcements of other guild events.
  • assassin-discuss: a relatively new list, intended to be high-traffic, for miscellaneous discussion about the Guild.
  • assassins-social: where announcements for things like the housewarming party for a long-standing guild member are sent. Accouncements about non-Guild LARP events are also sent here. This list is relatively inactive.
  • assassins-writers: a low-traffic list for people writing games, their technical questions, and answers from people who have written games before.
  • patrol-players: announcements and cancellations for the weekly patrol games.
  • generic: a list, mostly deprecated, for everything else. This include (rare) wide-ranging discussion of all aspects of playing or writing games, as well as the occasional flame war.

Slack[edit]

The Guild has a Slack team. If you don't have access, check your email for an invite, and send mail to the High Council if you don't have one.

Wiki[edit]

The Assassins' Guild website (that you are currently on) doubles as a wiki. You can access a variety of resources through the MIT Assassins' Guild navigation page.

Zephyr class[edit]

We have the -c assassin class. It's not generally used by current students, but it still exists. See SIPB's Zephyr documentation for help setting up Zephyr.

Questions[edit]

If you have any questions, email the High Council or the Scribe.