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From Marcel Offermans <>
Subject Re: Logging for #brooklyncentral
Date Fri, 03 Apr 2015 13:38:23 GMT
Thanks for clarifying the situation. One of the important mantras at Apache is “if it’s
not on the mailing list, it did not happen” which is what triggered my e-mail.
On 3 Apr 2015 at 15:36:02, Svetoslav Neykov ( wrote:

Thanks for bringing it up Marcel. It definitely makes sense. What I had in mind though was
whether I missed any questions from newcomers that I could help address. It is also the case
that sometimes the person asking the question is already offline when you are there to answer
him. In these (Q&A) cases logging would be very useful. For deeper discussions concerning
Brooklyn the mailing list would be a better fit.  


> On 3.04.2015 г., at 16:26, Marcel Offermans <> wrote:
> Just a friendly reminder that, even though it is fine to use IRC, real life and other
ways of getting together and discussing things, such discussions should always be summarised
on the mailing list.  
> Therefore, if you feel you are “missing things” (and that feeling is confirmed by
reading back the IRC logs) then this is a sign that such conversations are not properly brought
back to the mailing list.  
> Greetings, Marcel (with my mentor hat on)  
> On 3 Apr 2015 at 14:06:01, Svetoslav Neykov ( <>)
>> I suggest that we start logging the conversations in #brooklyncentral. Currently
it's not clear if I missed anything while offline, whether a question was answered already.
I came across <> < <>>
while searching for jclouds related issues ( <>
< <>>) -
looks like a widely used bot for open source projects. It's also open source and can be used
on our own infrastructure if desired.  
>> A channel request should preferably be done by a channel OP, that's why I haven't
done it myself already, any volunteers?  
>> It'd be great if the logs could be used directly by IRC clients, kind of like an
IRC bouncer, but haven't seen such a feature.  
>> Svet.  

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