Get Involved: Online Communities
Gallifrey One does not exist in a vacuum. There are plenty of places online to stay involved in the inner workings of the convention and keep up to date with everything going on. We invited you to participate in them:
We maintain a well-trafficked Facebook page which is usually the first source of any news developments with the convention. Questions and queries as well as comments are welcome.
Our Twitter feed can be followed by anyone; this is also a first-line source of breaking convention news. There is also an unofficial hashtag for Gallifrey One – #gally1 – followed by hundreds of attendees and used for posting information.
The Gallifrey Base forum has a lively online discussion section for conventions which also includes discussions about our event. Roommate-finding, dining out options and other items are posted fairly constantly up to the dates of the convention. Membership to Gallifrey Base, the largest Doctor Who forum community on the Internet, is required to read and post.
DW_COSPLAY ON LIVEJOURNAL
The Doctor Who Cosplay community on LiveJournal is a huge and active community of cosplayers, many of whom both craft costumes for Gallifrey One and post photos shortly thereafter.
THE SECRET GUIDE TO #GALLY
An unofficial website, The Secret Guide to #gally1 has developed over the past year as a way for people to ask questions of each other, rather than of the convention organization proper. Helpful hints and advice for first-timers can be found here.
Visit our Contact Page and use it to send us email — we’ll add you onto our mailing list for breaking convention news. Note that we ONLY send a small number of emails every year, and we NEVER share your email address with anyone.