Are there no channels with public logs? For a while some had them and
some did not.
On Sat, Aug 1, 2009 at 7:36 PM, Mike.lifeguard<mike.lifegu...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> wjhon...@aol.com wrote:
>> A few years ago, I had asked that IRC have a searchable archive of
>> discussions. I was told that there were daily logs and I could get one
>> if I asked. I asked, and was denied. Until IRC commits itself to
>> openness, it should have little to no impact on any facet of our
>> project. Without searchable archives, IRC is not open in the modern
>> sense, regardless of who or how you can join it, or view it. The
>> archives of this mailing list are searchable.
>> Will Johnson
> Perhaps you should get involved. Come to the meeting, and maybe we can
> discuss this issue.
> There are arguments for and against publicly logging channels, and I'd
> love to hear your input on this issue. We have considered the question
> in the past, but to my knowledge there was no agreement on any change.
> If you want that to change, you'll have to convince people.
> For what it's worth, I think publicly logging in public channels is a
> good idea. You're not alone in your views, so let's see if we can hammer
> something out.
> - -Mike
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