[nanomsg] Re: New fork (was Re: Moving forward)

  • From: Bent Cardan <bent@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "nanomsg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx" <nanomsg@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 20 Mar 2015 11:51:53 -0400

Please gentlemen, just because we have an IRC channel doesn't mean we can't
use gitter.

I'm suggesting gitter as an additional resource and certainly not as a
replacement for IRC. Nobody is suggesting the IRC channel stops.

plenty of important projects use both channels since it offers two powerful
lines of community support.

look at io.js: https://github.com/iojs/io.js#resources-for-newcomers

On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 11:41 AM, Dirkjan Ochtman <dirkjan@xxxxxxxxxx>

> On Fri, Mar 20, 2015 at 4:06 PM, Garrett D'Amore <garrett@xxxxxxxxxx>
> wrote:
> > Gitter’s got some things going for it that IRC doesn’t.  Better
> integration
> > with git.  I’ve found that I really like its stateful behavior — with
> > miss messages all the time — because I don’t run an IRC client 24x7.  But
> > with Gitter, no messages lost — its always in my history.  Gitter also
> has
> > better support for multimedia, so uploading pictures, graphs, even
> audio, is
> > much easier.  Gitter is the “open-source git” equivalent to “slack”.
> >
> > Now that said, I definitely think splitting the community between IRC and
> > Gitter is foolish.  I’ve not been paying close attention to IRC lately,
> but
> > it seems like there isn’t a lot of activity there (on the nanomsg
> channel I
> > mean).  Am I mistaken?  I’m happy to basically follow the wishes of the
> > community here — but my personal vote all other things being equal is for
> > gitter.  Folks will find it much more likely that I’ll *eventually*
> respond
> > to IM’s on gitter than on IRC, because I go for long stretches at a time
> > without logging into IRC.
> Fair enough -- I don't have any experience with Gitter yet, but I've
> been working with Slack, and it's been good to me. So if multiple
> community members are convinced that moving to Gitter would be better,
> I definitely won't prevent it from happening. We can always set the
> IRC topic to point to Gitter.
> > I’ve seen that.  We should probably converge out-of-band on understanding
> > how that works, and what, if any, steps I should take to ensure it keeps
> > working.
> I think Martin Lucina runs the infra for that. Given the desired
> coverage, I think keeping the buildbot master would probably a good
> thing, and we could ask the community to join in with build slaves?
> I'll assume we then use Travis CI as a first-line-of-defense kind of
> thing.
> Cheers,
> Dirkjan

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