Communication (was Re: [webkit-dev] Pulling together on WebKit
pierre-luc.beaudoin at collabora.co.uk
Tue Jan 15 06:41:28 PST 2008
Le mardi 15 janvier 2008 à 01:19 -0800, Maciej Stachowiak a écrit :
> On Jan 14, 2008, at 8:02 PM, Adam Roben wrote:
> > Oliver Hunt wrote:
> >> On 14/01/2008, at 4:26 PM, zucker at wake3.com wrote:
> >>>> The best and easiest way to discuss this would be on IRC in the
> >>>> #webkit channel of
> >>>> freenode...
> >>> Sure, but it seems tough to get a time when everyone interested is
> >>> on.
> >>> Should we set a time to discuss this?
> >> I think you'd be safe anywhere between 2pm and 10pm PST, although
> >> that's
> >> only an educated guess based on my recollection of when GTK, QT,
> >> and Apple
> >> folk are around.
> > It's been mentioned (by some of the Trolltech folks, I believe) that
> > using IRC so exclusively for communication not only makes it very
> > easy for information to be lost into the aether but is also
> > difficult for those not operating on California (or US) time.
> > Perhaps we should be making an effort to have more of our
> > discussions take place on webkit-dev, at the very least in the cases
> > where they originate on webkit-dev as well?
> We could also consider logging the IRC channel. This is something I've
> been hesitant to do before, but it makes asynchronous participation
> easier, and that's important as we span more time zones and get more
> people involved in the project part-time.
There is also IRC proxies which logs the channel while you are not
logged in and sends you the log next time you show up. Personally, I
use Bip http://bip.t1r.net/ to make sure I don't miss a thing on
#webkit-gtk! But this solution works fine only if you do show up once
per day, if not the logs gets a little big (for #webkit anyway).
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