I really understand and share Gabriel's concern, but now GitHub has
become familiar for web design people as well, at least it is the most
popular service in those kind of services.
Also G+ community which using now is not suitable for discussions,
difficult to track threads, share images or texts and read through. I
believe GitHub is the best solution for now.


On Tue, Jun 18, 2013 at 8:40 AM, Jaromir Coufal <jcou...@redhat.com> wrote:
> Guys, thank you for the discussion, I have some points here (comments inside
> the mail)
> On 2013/18/06 17:25, Julie Pichon wrote:
> "Gabriel Hurley" <gabriel.hur...@nebula.com> wrote:
> I've been hoping some of the more design-oriented folks would weigh in on
> this issue, but that hasn't particularly happened...
> It seems there are already a few of them on the G+ community, it would be
> worthwhile to also have this conversation in the current community and see
> if people agree with the problem and are interested in trying out a new
> option. I started a thread pointing to this one over there.
> Yeah, the idea and conversation started there originally. However there is
> not much activity yet and there was no reply. So the question lies there for
> few weeks already. Hopefully there will be some reaction on revived post.
> My concern is that as engineers we're all comfortable with GitHub, but that
> it will end up being an impediment or discouragement for people who fall
> more on the creative side. I don't disagree with the benefits as stated and
> I'm willing to give any solution a try, but I want to be careful that we
> don't alienate a portion of the contributors by our choice of tools.
> I share with this concern, although I also very much agree with Jaromir on
> the downsides of the current setup.
> I completely understand and share the concern as well.
> However, my thinking is... GitHub is mainly for developers, but not only for
> them. And it is just about registration to GitHub to be active and be able
> to comment there, nothing more (even more, you see all the issues without
> registration).
> What I love about that is not just having better format for discussions, but
> also getting closer to main development stream. So the people who are
> creative and might help with UX improvement ideas, gets also to the reality
> of implementation and in the end hopefully these two streams would meet
> together - which would be amazing result. Both can learn from each other.
> Because, the same concern occurs when we try to move Horizon development
> oriented people to discussions on G+ community.
> Cheers,
> -- Jarda
> Cheers,
> Julie
> In general I leave it to the community, though. :-)
>     - Gabriel

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