We now have a log-bot that's hanging aroung in the BlaM! project IRC-channel #blam. The archive of that bot is available at http://bot.otaku42.de .
That should help to avoid missing interesting spontaneous discussions within the channel - if you didn't have the chance to look inside the channel for some time, you can see what you probably missed in the archive.
The archive for #blam is public - it can be accessed by anyone without username/password. Please be aware of that fact when using the IRC channel.... read more
In addition to the mailing lists I've set up the channel #blam in Freenode ( http://freenode.net ). Feel free to drop in for a chat :)
The channel is meant to be another resource for brainstorming sessions and discussions. In other words: #blam is an addition to and not a replacement for the mailing lists.
I've just finished the website. Hopefully we now have enough information online to give an idea what blam is all about.
I think we now can head over to the "brain acquiration phase" :)
Which only means: let the community know about the project and try to find others who might be interested to join.