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From Aled Sage <>
Subject Re: IRC and chat
Date Mon, 12 Jan 2015 16:02:44 GMT
I'd go further and say all important discussions (including from users 
rather than just devs) should be on 
If you disagree, then we should discuss creating a users@brooklyn list.

I definitely agree that folk asking on IRC should never be neglected. 
This will allow us to ensure questions get answered and/or redirected to 
ask on the mailing list for more significant things. Therefore an 
emphatic +1 for this!


On 12/01/2015 14:48, Alex Heneveld wrote:
> This is for users who have hit stumbling blocks, asked on IRC, and got 
> neglected.  Many don't want to come to the dev mailing list (and we 
> don't have a "users" mailing list yet).
> +1 dev discussions should be taken to the list if they are at all 
> important
> --A
> On 12/01/2015 14:21, Jim Jagielski wrote:
>> If all really important discussions are done on the
>> mailing list, or brought to the mailing list, as
>> they should be, is this really a problem?
>>> On Jan 12, 2015, at 8:24 AM, Alex Heneveld 
>>> <> wrote:
>>> Hi folks-
>>> We've had some folks complaining about IRC messages getting 
>>> ignored.  I think a problem for many is that the Mac IRC clients 
>>> seem to have bad reconnect behaviour.  And some people go offline 
>>> and miss messages.
>>> To help with this I've set up mirroring (two-way) between 
>>> #brooklyncentral and .
>>> Everything should work fine if you log in to either or both. If you 
>>> use the gitter desktop you'll get the usual notifications; and even 
>>> just the web ui is easier for many.
>>> Best
>>> Alex

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