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Re: Fwd: Google+
I agree with Cassidy: Hangouts makes it easier to catch people like
Dan and get a quick reply. The IRC-memo-system was just a humongous
and ugly hack that didn't worked out. It's a good (but not perfect)
thing between writing a actual mail and dropping a message to IRC.
The mailing-list itself is also quite horrible: You have to join
Launchpad, work around those annoying anti-spam measures, join the LP
group and the navigation in the Archive has a horrible interface and
needs a few minutes to update itself.
G+ provides at least a half-way working way of seeing replies (well,
it depends on having all replies in a list instead of a tree / needs
to execute JS to view plain-text / also closed source).
I'm still looking forward the elementary.io-service that allows to use
Jabber (is that still planned?)
2014-03-26 21:13 GMT+01:00 Cassidy James <cassidy@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:
>> That isn't to say that we're not using IRC or the ML anymore, but if
>> you're wondering why they are much quieter, now you know. So if you're not
>> following the elementary community on G+, you should definitely do that. And
>> if you have email notifications turned off for launchpad, you should create
>> some mail filters instead.
> Also, there are sections within the community; use them. Dan isn't saying
> we're moving 100% of communication and interaction to Google+, he's saying
> we've naturally started using it more and at the same time have gotten more
> efficient with Launchpad. It happens that most developers are on Google+
> already, so it has become an easy way to get in contact with them.
> Cassidy James
> On Mar 26, 2014 2:34 PM, "Sergey "Shnatsel" Davidoff"
> <sergey@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> Here's the elementary page:
>>> And here's its associated community:
>> You mean there's no way to keep up with internal elementary posts without
>> sifting through tons of weird unrelated clutter in
>> https://plus.google.com/communities/104613975513761463450 ?
>> I guess my real question is: after migrating to G+ what do you use instead
>> of IRC's group chat?
>> I have a basic idea of how to work in a group chat, but so far I can't
>> even understand what did you ditch it for.
>> Sergey "Shnatsel" Davidoff