|Re: [orion-dev] Irc?|
I personally don't like using anything else but IRC since it is so omnipresent/omniavailable.
...but ignoring that - where in Slack do I go to see if slack is more active than irc ?
It surprises me a little that we're so quick to say that it's not a useful open source tool. Is there data to back that up? I'm sure there's data tosuggest IRC works ( however not for us ) Is that enough for us to justdiscount a new evolving social technology that creative people are flocking to? I think that's what's bothering me most of all about this thread, anddisheartening me :( I surfed a little and read this ... https://make.wordpress.org/chat/Why couldn't we at least try it? If it fails, nothing is lost? If we seemore dialogue, then we win? Is it not that simple?I don't know whether or not Slack would be a useful open source tool, but in my opinion if it aids communication, then of course it would be a usefultool. Anton From: Mike Milinkovich <mike.milinkovich@xxxxxxxxxxx> To: orion-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx Date: 2015/04/23 09:35 AM Subject: Re: [orion-dev] Irc? On 23/04/2015 9:25 AM, Steve Northover wrote: Slack is being used successfully by small teams for distributeddevelopment. Many comitters for Orion are there. It makes sense toconnect with people there (if possible).That may be true within a single company. But if the conversations that happen there are not open to all interested parties, and transparent toeveryone then it is not a useful open source tool. -- Mike Milinkovich mike.milinkovich@xxxxxxxxxxx +1.613.220.3223 (mobile) _______________________________________________ orion-dev mailing list orion-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxTo change your delivery options, retrieve your password, or unsubscribefrom this list, visit https://dev.eclipse.org/mailman/listinfo/orion-dev _______________________________________________ orion-dev mailing list orion-dev@xxxxxxxxxxxTo change your delivery options, retrieve your password, or unsubscribe from this list, visit
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