My goodness, Matthew, please accept my sincere apology for misreading.
I swear it said Discord the first time I read it.
I'll adjust my picket signs accordingly :)
Still, though, these platforms need to be more established. I really
hope the interface points with the public are managed more
conservatively going forward with some effort at continuity with other
communities, but still guarded against whatever is going on across the
On Mon, 2020-11-09 at 17:01 -0500, Matthew Miller wrote:
On Mon, Nov 09, 2020 at 04:55:34PM -0500, Chris Punches wrote:
> When these platforms fail, and they will eventually, IRC and
> lists will still be here, but, the contact interfaces for those
> communities will have been moved around and back, thereby
> an instability to those organizations.
Things change. That's always a risk.
> Discord's not even an open source platform.
We are not considering Discord.
> And the rush to the decision. Is this decision influenced by IBM?
There's no rush. I've talked about it before.
Why do you imagine it would be influenced by IBM? I mean, I'll just
ahead and spell it out explicitly: of course it is not.
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