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Re: [Patternfly] Move to Slack


The slack channel started last week and it has been active.

If you can't join, please send me your email address and I'll send an invitation.


On Wed, Oct 12, 2016 at 8:31 AM, Andres Galante <agalante redhat com> wrote:
Ok, let's give this a try :)

I've started a PatternFly slack team here: patternfly.slack.com

Please join and lets see what happens

Also, I've found this bot to log slack: https://github.com/AhmadMelegy/Slack-logger-bot

Anyone interested in testing it out?

Thanks a lot!

On Tue, Oct 4, 2016 at 2:45 PM, Andres Galante <agalante redhat com> wrote:
Thanks Patrick,

That's a good point, Gitter is a good tool. It's not about the tool, it's about brining the communication channel to the place where the discussion is happening.

It's about been more open.

The logs might be a concern, but we don't keep logs on our IRC channel anyway :p

On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 11:41 AM, Patrick Riley <priley redhat com> wrote:
I'd be OK with moving to Slack and Gitter or solely to Gitter. Gitter channels can be used independently from Github repos now, do not have the chat limit history issue, and allow you to create teams now (a huge thanks to David Halasz for mentioning this). It also helps you frame discussions more around Github repos/issues when desired (so that's a huge perk for developers). It looks Gitter supports the same level of "fun" with Giphy integrations too. There is mobile apps for Gitter too.

I have a really hard time tracking IRC, Gitter, Slack, Rocket Chat among others, and would love to standardize and use less tools to save valuable CPU cycles.

My $.02.


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