ok everyone agreed. 

What I proposed in this thread was to do option 1 as described at:

Now I’m still hesitating about doing option 2 (ie move as an extension but 
without refactoring much the existing integration), see:

Should I still do option 1 or do you think option 2 is better. Option 2 is bit 
more work but it boils down to whether we consider this feature to be core or 
not. We shouldn’t move it outside of platform and to contrib if it’s to bring 
it back later on.


> On 15 Oct 2016, at 11:10, Vincent Massol <vinc...@massol.net> wrote:
> Hi devs,
> I’m working on http://jira.xwiki.org/browse/XWIKI-10543 and it’s been 
> reported by Nicolas that all the users he’s seen use XWiki don’t use the 
> Message Stream feature and moreover they even ask him to remove it.
> One specific issue he’s raised is that the messages are sent to the AS 
> (either the global one or the user’s one) and the messages are drowned with 
> the page updates.
> Basically we’d need to polish this feature better to make it really useful.
> I agree with this POV. I also agree that in order to make XWiki simpler and 
> less cluttered, this feature could be disabled.
> Thus I’m proposing to still bundle it but to disable it, since we already 
> have a Message Stream Admin UI config.
> Thanks
> -Vincent
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