> You still haven't explained why e.g. Zulip

I think that Zulip is a good service and AFAIK Zulip is the OSS project based on Python.
But I think that such communication tools should be evaluated not only technology side but also on how people feel familiar with UI/UX.
I don't want to evaluate the UI/UX accessibility of Zulip is good or bad but it's the issue of how people feel familiar.
This phenomenon also occurs in other common (non-business) messengers.
(WhatsApp, Facebook Messenger, etc..)
You can observe that there is no single monopoly messenger which concurs worldwide.

The list of tools that I suggested is based on my personal observation which is normally used in tech companies.
If people feel familiar and such things can address people's productivity I think that that's a good reason to choose.


2021년 5월 15일 (토) 오후 11:16, Antoine Pitrou <antoine@python.org>님이 작성:

Le 15/05/2021 à 13:23, Senthil Kumaran a écrit :
> On Sat, May 15, 2021 at 11:13:48AM +0900, Dong-hee Na wrote:
>> So I'm also a supporter of new communication tools.
> I agree with everything you've mentioned, Dong-hee. Need for good
> tool/system that addressed our evolving needs was one of the driver of
> this conversation.

You still haven't explained why e.g. Zulip (which has a modern Web UI, a
very well-thought threading mechanism, several clients, many
integrations, is widely used, and is open source), doesn't « address our
evolving needs ».  In other words, I see lots of vague complaining and
no concrete argument.


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