- Does it have a good web-client experience
MS teams look like provide the web client.
In case it's not clear, I'd *like* a chat-style community, but I'd prefer it to be a little more "social".
I agree that we need to be more social. I share my personal news with Victor and it would be great if I can share my personal news with other core devs :) I think that we can catch both of them if we choose any tools I suggested. For example, we can create a channel for that purpose, #freetalk, #personal_news, etc..
2021년 5월 15일 (토) 오후 5:20, Paul Moore firstname.lastname@example.org님이 작성:
On Sat, 15 May 2021 at 03:14, Dong-hee Na email@example.com wrote:
Believe it or not, there are people who are not familiar with the IRC
And those people are who enter the opensource culture after the 2010s. That period coincides with the growth of GitHub.
So I'm also a supporter of new communication tools. Here the list below is my consideration.
Those are all good points. I'll add one more:
- Does it have a good web-client experience? Not everyone wants to run
an additional client, so being able to get the full client experience in a browser tab is important.
In case it's not clear, I'd *like* a chat-style community, but I'd prefer it to be a little more "social". We have plenty of "work-related" communication channels, but IMO we don't really have anywhere that's the online equivalent of the workplace "hanging out around the coffee machine" interactions (which are often very productive work-related conversations, but can also be purely social).