What days were we thinking about doing this? I want to get this started, I think this will be a win for everyone?
-------- Original message --------
From: Rikki Endsley
Date:09/13/2014 10:34 AM (GMT-05:00)
To: email@example.com,Fedora Marketing team
Subject: Re: Proposal -- fortnightly magazine meeting
I don't have a strong personal preference, but I agree with Joe's points about IRC. +1 for IRC meetings.
(And don't believe what you read on twitter - Betty White and IRC are both still alive and kicking.)
Rikki Endsley | Community Evangelist
Open Source and Standards (OSAS), Red Hat
Twitter: @redhatopen | @rikkiends
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Joe Brockmeier" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com
> Sent: Saturday, September 13, 2014 8:52:30 AM
> Subject: Re: Proposal -- fortnightly magazine meeting
> On 09/13/2014 07:23 AM, Timothy Butterworth wrote:
> > Is it possible to switch meetings to Google Hangouts? IRC is
> > essentially dead technology.
> "Reports of my death are greatly exaggerated." ~ IRC
> IRC is a good "low barrier to entry" technology: It operates reasonably
> well over slow connections, you can easily get into IRC with any number
> of clients across all OSes, and doesn't require any proprietary
> software. Some or all of those criteria may not be important to you
> personally, but they are important to others.
> Also, we use meeting logging software that helps keep track of
> minutes/action items, etc. That doesn't work with Google Hangouts.
> Skimming the log of an IRC meeting is much easier than trying to skim
> through a recording of a hangout (assuming you're talking about using
> the audio/video and not just a group chatroom - but meetbot still
> doesn't work with Hangouts AFAIK).
> Other folks may feel differently, but -1 here.
> Joe Brockmeier | Principal Cloud & Storage Analyst
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