[python-uk] Static site generators with Python

Alistair Broomhead alistair.broomhead at gmail.com
Fri Sep 2 15:35:35 EDT 2016

I've used slack, as well as a few other messaging clients. I'd say that
unless you have any specific requirements it's the best I've used, the
integrations are fairly intuitive to set up, although i recommend separate
notification rooms rather than having everything spewed into rooms where
you might be trying to have a conversation.

At the end of the day whether it works depends on your team and what you're
trying to achieve.

On Fri, 2 Sep 2016, 20:29 Andy Robinson, <andy at reportlab.com> wrote:

> On 2 September 2016 at 20:18, Alistair Broomhead
> <alistair.broomhead at gmail.com> wrote:
> > It's also worth looking at circleci and buildbot, where the latter is run
> > locally, which has its own pros and cons, and the former has had a lot of
> > hype because of support for parallelism. Travis has good integration with
> > slack though which is cool, and it has a lot of community support.
> I was going to ask about Slack.   We're moving to a tech hub that uses
> it.  Who's using it here?
> My first reaction was that I'm not sure that I am looking for even
> more ways for my team and clients to interrupt each other, but if it's
> an overall time or culture win for the firms that have tried it, maybe
> time to take the plunge.  I just had my first play and hooked up
> GitHub to post slack on changes.  Looking ahead, we will have more
> remote workers and collaborators.
> - Andy
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