The Ubuntu Budgie team is working to unify their distribution's many community support forums. Up to this point communication has been spread across Facebook, Google Plus, Reddit, Twitter and other platforms. Ubuntu Budgie is now focusing community discussion on their new Discourse forum. The team's blog post states: "Currently, most of our support activities are spread across several social media platforms - Facebook, G+, Twitter, Reddit, IRC and our Gitter community room. What this means for you is that we will move most of our support to the forum. One of the reasons for moving to Discourse is making content more accessible and easier to find. Case and point, if you have a problem you would usually ask the question in our chatroom and wait for someone from our team or community to answer. However, due to the nature of the instant messaging platform, the answer is lost, and any new user-facing the same problem needs to ask the question again. With Discourse any question is easily searchable due to its static nature. It will help us to foster the community even further making it even more significant, especially with the upcoming release that will attract a lot of new users."