Wes Turner email@example.com writes:
On Friday, April 20, 2018, Donald Stufft firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Currently in the packaging space, we have a number of avenues for communication […]
GitHub Team Discussions  […]
Another unfortunate thing about GitHub as a forum is that it's centralised, not community-owned, and is closed for those who don't want to have that specific gatekeeper corporation mediating their communication with the community.
Feeding data silos is something we should be discouraging (i.e. make effort to not go further along that path) for community-owned projects like Python.
So, while we currently have some commitment to that particular data silo, we should IMO not increase that and instead should move to decentralised, community-owned platforms for community discussion.
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