Meh, I'm fine with people talking in any venue they wish. Speaking only
for myself, I don't need to read everything everyone has written; if it's
something that needs to be brought to broader attention, chances are
someone will facilitate it. But I think even those who are entirely happy
to be on Facebook would agree there's a bit of an irony on talking about
the respect for Wikimedia community values on a site that explicitly
doesn't share them.
That, and it's a bit unfair to tease people.
On 21 February 2016 at 22:01, Gergő Tisza <gti...@gmail.com> wrote:
> One example of the shortcomings of emails as a medium for complex
> discussions is how this thread about postmortems continues to be diverted
> into discussions about Facebook, despite Pete's best efforts.
> At the end of the day, people will prefer tools that work well over tools
> that align philosophically. One can sabotage the development of tools that
> would both work well and uphold Wikimedia's values, but cannot prevent
> important discussions from moving to other venues (which will necessarily
> be a worse match for those values). There is a lesson there, although I'm
> afraid it will take some more time before we learn it.
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