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The reason I didn't merge the gitter PR:s was because I don’t want people to go here by default, but to first see what are the other options.
That was just by my own experience from elsewhere, I rather wan’t people to find the docs and stuff first, read the intro and so on.
But I might be overreacting on that, I am not bikeshedding on that, if you all think it should be there.
WRT travis, sure, by all means, that would be great.
Yes, but I want to introduce them to the project in the right way first.
And I do not totally agree, as the gitter chat is a chat. So it doesn’t scale well. For very small projects it works, yes, but when many people talk about different issues it becomes a cacophony of stuff in the end.
(that is why I emphasize discussion in the "help-guide")
I my view, most questions should become issues. That way, they are also easy to convert into a bug or whatever , and also the question and answer becomes a resource for others.
But there is a link to here chat in the main readme?
When it's discussions and people reaching out, it works great.
But again, it is not a big thing for me, if we want to we can.
Personally, I don’t think that we need to worry about people finding the gitter channel, if they bother to read just a little of that short readme we have, it will be obvious for them were to turn.
And if they can't be bothered to even do that..that is exactly the people I rather don’t have here “discussing". :-)
Don’t you think? I have actually made that after experiences I have have from my own github projects from another project angular-schema-form.
We are changing to this format there as well.
That is true, and I have created an issue for that as well:
.githubfolder to link those and pre-fill templates
I was too, just mentioned this because the constant notifications annoyed me.
I am saying that you don’t need a FAQ if you have questions in issues.
Github integration, sure, what are you thinking of?
New PRs, issues, successful tests
That is more something I'd add to some cherrypy/develop-room if that were to happen.