[theforum] Vote Request

Martin Burns martin at easyweb.co.uk
Thu Sep 7 16:09:08 CDT 2006

On 7 Sep 2006, at 20:29, Paul Waring wrote:

> On 07/09/06, Sarah Adams <mrsanders at designshift.com> wrote:
>> I would think any serious
>> discussion of the management of evolt would be in a medium  
>> everyone can
>> access without having to download and learn a new program (i.e. a web
>> browser), and should be archived for the record. IRC just seems  
>> way to
>> casual for such discussions, IMHO.
> As someone who is on IRC most of the time (though I rarely say
> anything) and on several of the lists, I don't think it's a case of
> things being discussed on IRC instead of the lists. Most of the stuff
> in #evolt is just general chit chat from people bored at work, I don't
> think we've ever voted on things in there, at least not on anything
> important.

Yes and no - where something needs doing quickly, IRC's the place to
get it done. It's good for working discussions.

And lots of chat - it's thechat live really.


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