These are chat archives for cherrypy/cherrypy

10th
May 2016
Jason R. Coombs
@jaraco
May 10 2016 07:17
Gitter works okay for me but I do expect it will never have the tooling and capabilities of Slack. On the other hand, Gitter will probably better integrated with the the project and open source culture. I'm personally preferential to Slack as this is my only Gitter engagement and I have 7 Slack teams. But I'll happily follow the project to whichever service is selected.
One thing I can say for sure- the mobile app support for both Gitter and Slack means I won't be offline for weeks or months at a time as I was with IRC.
Nicklas Börjesson
@nicklasb
May 10 2016 07:20
I know of no of no open source project that a uses slack for open communication. Is possible?
Also, I want things to be as mainstream as possible, divergences from needs to be well motivated.
Then again why can't you edit messages in the Gitter client....whyyy?
Nicklas Börjesson
@nicklasb
May 10 2016 07:26
And why can't one have one login in slack?
Sviatoslav Sydorenko
@webknjaz
May 10 2016 08:59
I don't like having this awful separation of organization profiles in slack. This is the main reason I think it doesn't fit open-source community requirements.
Still, there's a crutch for slack to allow open registration for everyone, but it requires setting up yet another service (heroku instance).
Nicklas Börjesson
@nicklasb
May 10 2016 11:37
That was what I was referring
to..
Actually I don't think that we'd even have this discussion if it was possible to edit messages in the app. It is just such a stupid lack of functionality.
Jason R. Coombs
@jaraco
May 10 2016 14:31
I could probably list 5 features of Slack that I prefer over Gitter.
Nicklas Börjesson
@nicklasb
May 10 2016 14:35
Yep, in most ways it is better. But the problem is that we can’t use slack here as:
  • everybody uses gitter
  • slack can’t be used this way
Which I, as I said before, is strange. It is not like slack is some super-duper advanced thing, IMO it would be pretty easy to add most of that functionality to gitter.
On the other way, the isolated nature of slack teams makes it impossible to use for public projects.