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Eric J. Smith
@ejsmith
I am super tempted to move us over to slack.
I don’t like having the request process barrier of entry for people though.
Bill Henning
@BillHenning
Slack is way better in general. It knows when you have devices open and will only ping other devices when you haven't answered your primary one in a while. Plus it gives a red dot if there's a direct mention instead of blue.
Yeah the only benefit I see with Gitter is the easier signup. But overall I hate using it in comparison. No offense to Gitter devs. :)
Eric J. Smith
@ejsmith
its really annoying for me having to switch between bitter and 2 slack accounts
and it seems very easy to miss notifications in gitter
Bill Henning
@BillHenning
Yeah... and it's slow and klunky
Eric J. Smith
@ejsmith
really wish slack would just support this scenario
Bill Henning
@BillHenning
You're the only reason I have this thing installed. :)
Eric J. Smith
@ejsmith
that sucks
give email address, wait for email, click link in email, enter fname, lname, click next, enter password, click join
Blake Niemyjski
@niemyjski
We could add a check for *
Bill Henning
@BillHenning
Why don't you do a vote here? See what people would rather use and go with majority.
That initial login hit sucks but it's not a factor once you're finally signed up.
Blake Niemyjski
@niemyjski
it’s easier for people to join this
to talk to us
would be nice to just be on slack but the signup sucks
Bill Henning
@BillHenning
Gitter wouldn't be quite so bad if I could have separate email notification options from the app notification options.
Blake Niemyjski
@niemyjski
yeah
I agree
so @ejsmith @BillHenning are we just going to include hidden and fixeded errors on the stack page by default
I think we should do that so you always see the events on that stack
I could also add * to include hidden and fixed
if you’d like but I think it should be on by default
Bill Henning
@BillHenning
I'm not sure about hidden.
Fixed errors should always show on stack though.
Hidden were already hidden from that page, no? Meaning they shouldn't show up if the user intentionally did that unless they do the * filter or hide:false (or whatever it is).
Eric J. Smith
@ejsmith
well, if they have any other filters or the date filter I think that should be applied.
just not the fixed or hidden ones since you are looking at a specific stack
  • isn’t for stack
the * is for every place else
Bill Henning
@BillHenning
I was referring to the stack page specifically. Shouldn't that use all default filters except "fixed"?
Meaning hidden should still default to hiding on the stack page.
Eric J. Smith
@ejsmith
yeah
I don’t think it should be applied either.
hiding or fixing is really something that is done at the stack level, but we put it on events too because we don’t want them showing up in event lists.
but on a stack, you are specifically on that stack
I think you should see both hidden and fixed
Bill Henning
@BillHenning
Ok I haven't really done hiding so I might be thinking wrong. Do you hide a stack or events (what I thought)?
If hiding stacks, then I agree with what you said.
Eric J. Smith
@ejsmith
hide stacks
Eric J. Smith
@ejsmith
@niemyjski @frankebersoll @srijken @jamie94bc @all what do you guys think about switching this chat room to slack?
Frank Ebersoll
@frankebersoll
never used slack, indifferent.
Jamie Clarke
@jamie94bc
from what i've read, slack isn't great for open source
Eric J. Smith
@ejsmith
is this the only chat room you use?
@jamie94bc why is that?
we can have a bunch of people in a room and it’s free, but it just sucks because the signup process is more involved than just clicking to join a room.
that is what we would use.
Sander Rijken
@srijken
is that the thing that everyone runs on herokuapp?