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where to meet

Do you all care if FDSCo meets in #fedora-meeting instead of

Now, historically it has been *very valuable* to have discussions where
we socialize/work/etc. on IRC.  More people who are lurking are caught
up in the conversation, etc.

However, I see the same thing happening on #fedora-meeting, except it is
capturing lurkers from across the whole project.  I notice that people
who are interested in the meeting(s) either lurk on #fedora-meeting or
join the channel when a meeting is announced in the source channel.

So, I am considering changing my mind on the subject, and I'm curious
what you all think.

thx - Karsten
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