2018-02-16 9:40 GMT+01:00 Brian Exelbierd <bex@pobox.com>:

On Fri, Feb 16, 2018, at 8:28 AM, Matthias Runge wrote:
> On Thu, Feb 15, 2018 at 08:30:33AM -0600, Dennis Gilmore wrote:
> > El mié, 14-02-2018 a las 12:45 -0500, Josh Boyer escribió:
> > > If that's the case, I think it's time to let go of that concern.
> > > Discussion happens in lots of places, we can't control it, and it
> > > probably harms us more than anything by not helping people find
> > > others
> > > in these places.
> So, the thing I'm concerned here is:
> Listing communities to provide help is great, especially, when you're
> new and are looking for someone to give you some hints.
> But: How does it look like, if the places are empty, or contain only
> old topics? It looks worse than having places with fresh topics, but
> provided on a platform/service, the user doesn't currently use.

This is is a valid concern. I believe there is a member of council active (or at reading) in every place that got listed. The one exception may be Discord, but I’ll rejoin it later today.

This isn’t perfect, but I think it is a start. 



I think we can link the major ones, but I have concerns about Discord too. I looked at it today and it seems not fitting Fedora, I can just find dubious channels/servers...

Robert Mayr