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Gérald Choqueux

Hello,

We propose to evolve the irc chat to a more modern chat room.
The motivations are to facilitate the exchange of code, images, data and also to keep the discussions.

examples of chat rooms:

https://slack.com/intl/fr-fr
https://gitter.im/
https://framateam.org/login

make your proposals


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Re: Chat room

Augustin Trancart
Hi,

No strong opinion on this, except I'd prefer to avoid Slack: I had quite a bad
experience with it (but that was 2 years ago), and it is proprietary.

Staying on IRC is also fine by me, but if we have to change, I'd vote for gitter
or framateam (I've only ever tested the latter though).

Cheers,

Augustin Trancart - Oslandia
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On 26/02/2018 12:02, Gérald Choqueux wrote:

> Hello,
>
> We propose to evolve the irc chat to a more modern chat room.
> The motivations are to facilitate the exchange of code, images, data and also to
> keep the discussions.
>
> examples of chat rooms:
>
> https://slack.com/intl/fr-fr
> https://gitter.im/
> https://framateam.org/login
>
> make your proposals
>
>
> Gérald
>
>
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Re: Chat room

Adrien Berthet

Hello,

I'm for Gitter: it is a really simple client, not too much feature such as in Slack or Mattermost (the engine behind Framateam), and is simpler to join than the two others: only a Github account is necessary (or not), and no invitation is necessary to join a channel (if it is public). In Slack (free version)/Mattermost, new users needs to receive an invitation. If people outside of the current dev team wants to join, we need to have a simple process.

Also for those who worry, Gitter is now opensource (https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/).

Note: I have used Gitter for more than a year, Slack for more than three years, and Mattermost a little.

Adrien


On 26/02/18 12:31, Augustin Trancart wrote:
Hi,

No strong opinion on this, except I'd prefer to avoid Slack: I had quite a bad
experience with it (but that was 2 years ago), and it is proprietary.

Staying on IRC is also fine by me, but if we have to change, I'd vote for gitter
or framateam (I've only ever tested the latter though).

Cheers,

Augustin Trancart - Oslandia
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On 26/02/2018 12:02, Gérald Choqueux wrote:
Hello,

We propose to evolve the irc chat to a more modern chat room.
The motivations are to facilitate the exchange of code, images, data and also to
keep the discussions.

examples of chat rooms:

https://slack.com/intl/fr-fr
https://gitter.im/
https://framateam.org/login

make your proposals


Gérald


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Re: Chat room

Adrien Berthet

Also note that here at IGN, we only have a few port opened: using one of those three solutions, based on http protocol could help us using a dedicated client for this (and not the unpractical webchat client of freenode).

Concerning IRC, it doesn't keep log, and while I agree that important/relevant discussion should occurs in GitHub, sometimes things are relevant to keep; for example this morning we talked a little about WebWorkers, and some ideas of a good data structure. In my case, my browser froze and I lost all of this conversation, which I would have loved to keep.

Adrien


On 26/02/18 14:01, Adrien Berthet wrote:

Hello,

I'm for Gitter: it is a really simple client, not too much feature such as in Slack or Mattermost (the engine behind Framateam), and is simpler to join than the two others: only a Github account is necessary (or not), and no invitation is necessary to join a channel (if it is public). In Slack (free version)/Mattermost, new users needs to receive an invitation. If people outside of the current dev team wants to join, we need to have a simple process.

Also for those who worry, Gitter is now opensource (https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/).

Note: I have used Gitter for more than a year, Slack for more than three years, and Mattermost a little.

Adrien


On 26/02/18 12:31, Augustin Trancart wrote:
Hi,

No strong opinion on this, except I'd prefer to avoid Slack: I had quite a bad
experience with it (but that was 2 years ago), and it is proprietary.

Staying on IRC is also fine by me, but if we have to change, I'd vote for gitter
or framateam (I've only ever tested the latter though).

Cheers,

Augustin Trancart - Oslandia
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On 26/02/2018 12:02, Gérald Choqueux wrote:
Hello,

We propose to evolve the irc chat to a more modern chat room.
The motivations are to facilitate the exchange of code, images, data and also to
keep the discussions.

examples of chat rooms:

https://slack.com/intl/fr-fr
https://gitter.im/
https://framateam.org/login

make your proposals


Gérald


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Alexandre Devaux
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Hi!
I vote for Gitter too
Cheers!

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Hello,

We propose to evolve the irc chat to a more modern chat room.
The motivations are to facilitate the exchange of code, images, data and
also to keep the discussions.

examples of chat rooms:

https://slack.com/intl/fr-fr
https://gitter.im/
https://framateam.org/login

make your proposals


Gérald
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Hi,

No strong opinion on this, except I'd prefer to avoid Slack: I had quite a bad
experience with it (but that was 2 years ago), and it is proprietary.

Staying on IRC is also fine by me, but if we have to change, I'd vote for gitter
or framateam (I've only ever tested the latter though).

Cheers,

Augustin Trancart - Oslandia
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On 26/02/2018 12:02, Gérald Choqueux wrote:

> Hello,
>
> We propose to evolve the irc chat to a more modern chat room.
> The motivations are to facilitate the exchange of code, images, data and also to
> keep the discussions.
>
> examples of chat rooms:
>
> https://slack.com/intl/fr-fr
> https://gitter.im/
> https://framateam.org/login
>
> make your proposals
>
>
> Gérald
>
>
> _______________________________________________
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Hello,

I'm for Gitter: it is a really simple client, not too much feature such
as in Slack or Mattermost (the engine behind Framateam), and is simpler
to join than the two others: only a Github account is necessary (or
not), and no invitation is necessary to join a channel (if it is
public). In Slack (free version)/Mattermost, new users needs to receive
an invitation. If people outside of the current dev team wants to join,
we need to have a simple process.

Also for those who worry, Gitter is now opensource
(https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/).

Note: I have used Gitter for more than a year, Slack for more than three
years, and Mattermost a little.

Adrien


On 26/02/18 12:31, Augustin Trancart wrote:

> Hi,
>
> No strong opinion on this, except I'd prefer to avoid Slack: I had quite a bad
> experience with it (but that was 2 years ago), and it is proprietary.
>
> Staying on IRC is also fine by me, but if we have to change, I'd vote for gitter
> or framateam (I've only ever tested the latter though).
>
> Cheers,
>
> Augustin Trancart - Oslandia
> [hidden email]
>
> On 26/02/2018 12:02, Gérald Choqueux wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> We propose to evolve the irc chat to a more modern chat room.
>> The motivations are to facilitate the exchange of code, images, data and also to
>> keep the discussions.
>>
>> examples of chat rooms:
>>
>> https://slack.com/intl/fr-fr
>> https://gitter.im/
>> https://framateam.org/login
>>
>> make your proposals
>>
>>
>> Gérald
>>
>>
>> _______________________________________________
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Also note that here at IGN, we only have a few port opened: using one of
those three solutions, based on http protocol could help us using a
dedicated client for this (and not the unpractical webchat client of
freenode).

Concerning IRC, it doesn't keep log, and while I agree that
important/relevant discussion should occurs in GitHub, sometimes things
are relevant to keep; for example this morning we talked a little about
WebWorkers, and some ideas of a good data structure. In my case, my
browser froze and I lost all of this conversation, which I would have
loved to keep.

Adrien


On 26/02/18 14:01, Adrien Berthet wrote:

>
> Hello,
>
> I'm for Gitter: it is a really simple client, not too much feature
> such as in Slack or Mattermost (the engine behind Framateam), and is
> simpler to join than the two others: only a Github account is
> necessary (or not), and no invitation is necessary to join a channel
> (if it is public). In Slack (free version)/Mattermost, new users needs
> to receive an invitation. If people outside of the current dev team
> wants to join, we need to have a simple process.
>
> Also for those who worry, Gitter is now opensource
> (https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitter/).
>
> Note: I have used Gitter for more than a year, Slack for more than
> three years, and Mattermost a little.
>
> Adrien
>
>
> On 26/02/18 12:31, Augustin Trancart wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> No strong opinion on this, except I'd prefer to avoid Slack: I had quite a bad
>> experience with it (but that was 2 years ago), and it is proprietary.
>>
>> Staying on IRC is also fine by me, but if we have to change, I'd vote for gitter
>> or framateam (I've only ever tested the latter though).
>>
>> Cheers,
>>
>> Augustin Trancart - Oslandia
>> [hidden email]
>>
>> On 26/02/2018 12:02, Gérald Choqueux wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>>
>>> We propose to evolve the irc chat to a more modern chat room.
>>> The motivations are to facilitate the exchange of code, images, data and also to
>>> keep the discussions.
>>>
>>> examples of chat rooms:
>>>
>>> https://slack.com/intl/fr-fr
>>> https://gitter.im/
>>> https://framateam.org/login
>>>
>>> make your proposals
>>>
>>>
>>> Gérald
>>>
>>>
>>> _______________________________________________
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>>
>>
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