(I guess you won't be re-creating the repo without the forked from github qualifier?..)
@salanki@veox@5chdn I will maintain the eth-netstats instead :smile:
Is this cool?
AFAIK users on github don't get green boxes on their contribution feed for commits; but just checked - I did get one for opening an issue, so not sure if this has changed... Perhaps disregard, this is a non-issue.
I'll consider it
@naikmyeong this is eth-netstats
Yes I know
But personally I don't like the changes from netstats-server which is from goerli, it breaks too many features from original one
Note that she went to press before the notes were released. So the point of the closed meeting was what?
@5chdn Didn't notice that one, thanks :thumbsup:
I suggest that those who fear speaking in public can submit anonymous notes so as not to interfere with the full participation of the community. Or perhaps they prefer their words to be misquoted by journalists with no public recording to correct the record.
@gcolvin are you suggesting that she should’ve waited to see the notes before publishing, or that there’s no point in a closed meeting since journalists will be journalists? It wasn’t clear to me
In response to your latest tweet, Lane, and along the lines of Greg's last suggestion, I also tend to agree that people who have privacy concerns should join using a pseudonym or submit notes anonymously.
So far we have done more harm than good with these meetings. And it's not only journalists, it's easy to point fingers here, but also the community that's wondering what's going on.