April 26, 2022
Our amazing user community is growing so fast that we want to give you more resources to learn and share your knowledge and experience with others.
Goat a question about how something works in Cribl? Come on over to see how your peers have solved similar problems. Checked the docs and it’s just not clicking for you? It’s time to get Curious!
For those of you already active in the Cribl Community Slack–thank you. We hope you’re finding it valuable both for getting advice and in making new connections (or, you know, chatting in #random about the kickass live music you’ve seen lately, or the glorious dinner you just ate, or to inflict some Mom/Dad/Hobbit jokes on us 😉 ). Cribl Curious offers another way to experience the Cribl Community’s helpfulness and get even faster answers to your technical questions–with better searchability, tagging to make concepts easy to find, the ability to accept and validate answers, and importantly, upgoat* questions and responses you find valuable–these are just a few of the reasons we hope you’ll get Curious with us.
Cribl Curious doesn’t have all the answers yet…but that’s where you come in. Those questions you’re asking on Slack? Bring ‘em over to Curious–and if you know the answer to someone else’s question, go ahead and post it (and reap those upgoats)!
Join us in the #curious-chat channel on the Community Slack and let us know if you have questions, comments, or enhancement ideas.
As with everything in the world of Cribl (and, well, in the world at large) please remember to be excellent to each other.
Are you gonna go our way? Come get Curious with us!
*Upgoats are our version of upvotes, but goat-i-fied as a nod to our mascot Ian.