linden.940 at gmail.com
Wed Sep 29 22:31:32 BST 2010
I my self am with perry...logs are only needed for important
functions/meetings that are hosted on the loco irc room
another thing that will have to be taken into account with IRC logs is
where will they be posted? what would be the cost of the
hosting/bandwidth how many days,weeks,months would a log stay "posted"
who would spend the time in doing all of this work?
If anyone wants to stand up to the plant and take this on then as a team
we can move on to a vote if this is something that we want or don't
On Wed, 2010-09-29 at 16:00 -0500, Brandon Perry wrote:
> I think a little bit more context is needed for this thread.
> For those who aren't on IRC all the time as some of us are, some may
> feel the need for logs to be available of the chatroom so that people
> within the group know what happens without having to be there.
> Others may feel logs are only pertinent to meetings or important
> functions on IRC. I, myself, am in this boat.
> For those of you who do not idle on IRC as some of us do, how
> beneficial would you see having logs available of the chatroom 24/7?
> How beneficial would just meeting logs be vs 24/7 logs?
> Any thoughts on the subject? Other considerations to be taken, how
> will logging be performed, who will maintain the bot/machine providing
> the logs, etc...
> On Wed, Sep 29, 2010 at 3:54 PM, Daniel VanStone
> <webmaster at catcodesigns.net> wrote:
> > on the irc respect the fact that others do not squat in a chat room to
> > be able to read a message from something current in discussion.
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