Ok, let's give this a try :)

I've started a PatternFly slack team here: patternfly.slack.com

Please join and lets see what happens

Also, I've found this bot to log slack:
https://github.com/AhmadMelegy/Slack-logger-bot

Anyone interested in testing it out?

Thanks a lot!



On Tue, Oct 4, 2016 at 2:45 PM, Andres Galante <agala...@redhat.com> wrote:

> Thanks Patrick,
>
> That's a good point, Gitter is a good tool. It's not about the tool, it's
> about brining the communication channel to the place where the discussion
> is happening.
>
> It's about been more open.
>
> The logs might be a concern, but we don't keep logs on our IRC channel
> anyway :p
>
>
>
>
> On Mon, Oct 3, 2016 at 11:41 AM, Patrick Riley <pri...@redhat.com> wrote:
>
>> I'd be OK with moving to Slack and Gitter or solely to Gitter. Gitter
>> channels can be used independently from Github repos now, do not have the
>> chat limit history issue, and allow you to create teams now (a huge thanks
>> to David Halasz for mentioning this). It also helps you frame discussions
>> more around Github repos/issues when desired (so that's a huge perk for
>> developers). It looks Gitter supports the same level of "fun" with Giphy
>> integrations too. There is mobile apps for Gitter too.
>>
>> https://github.com/dervondenbergen/giphy-gitter
>> https://gitter.im/apps
>>
>> I have a really hard time tracking IRC, Gitter, Slack, Rocket Chat among
>> others, and would love to standardize and use less tools to save valuable
>> CPU cycles.
>>
>> My $.02.
>>
>> *-Patrick*
>>
>>
>>
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