The web address is: http://https://www.myglu.org/
It describes itself as: "Glu is a community for people with type 1 diabetes and their caregivers to meet, share, and learn from each other while contributing to innovative research in type 1 diabetes."
There was a post here on Tu a few months back inviting people to participate.
It is funded by a grant from the Helmsley Charitable trust: "The Helmsley T1D Program is led by veteran type 1 diabetes program director, Dana Ball, who joined the Trust in 2008. Dana worked closely with co-founder Marie Schiller, from the Boston-based firm, Health Advances, to develop the T1D Exchange concept: an integrated model that includes a clinic-based registry, a BioBank and a patient community – Glu. The two solicited significant input from diverse stakeholders in the type 1 diabetes community—including government, industry, academia, and the nonprofit sector—to create this new model for conducting and funding type 1 diabetes research. They also identified the Jaeb Center for Research, led by Dr. Roy Beck, as the right partner to develop the T1D Exchange through a three-year, $26 million grant (link to press release)."