At least on the NoORM side, we do like what it provides and we do exchange a
lot in it. It doesn’t have to be everyone’s best tool of course.
The multi client including phone is an awesome feature for my flow for example.
I’ve contacted Samuel and he offered options to give it a shot.
> On 21 Sep 2016, at 15:20, Steve Ebersole <st...@hibernate.org> wrote:
> I thought we had some sort of non-basic license already. Isn't that why we
> need to explicitly invite people to be non-Guest?
> Anyway, I agree wrt HipChat being more or less useless. I've been saying
> that for a while now. Yes the GitHub and Jira and social integrations *can
> be* nice (they can also be annoying).
> Ayway, I am not the one who set up HipChat for Hibernate. Sanne maybe?
> Anyway I am looking around for a way.
> On Wed, Sep 21, 2016 at 7:05 AM Gunnar Morling <gun...@hibernate.org> wrote:
>> Steve, all,
>> Is there any way we can get HipChat Plus licenses for the team from
>> The free client provides access only to a limited part of the chat history,
>> making it impossible to search for discussions discussed more than a few
>> weeks ago.
>> That's starting to be a real problem now that we've been using HipChat for
>> a while and early discussions begin to fall below the threshold of being
>> available in the free version.
>> I don't know whom to reach out to at Atlassian, otherwise I'd do it myself.
>> I'd hope they are supportive given that we can use JIRA at all for free,
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