[openstack-dev] [Glance] IRC logging

Louis Taylor kragniz at gmail.com
Tue Jan 13 18:02:41 UTC 2015

On Tue, Jan 13, 2015 at 10:54:13AM -0700, John Griffith wrote:
> I'd echo all the points made regarding "logging" shouldn't be a
> problem; we're an Open Source project so the idea of our communication
> being public making anybody nervous and not wanting to participate
> seems really off to me.  Yes many of us setup our IRC clients to log,
> some of us record everything anyway; most of all some of us like to go
> back through logs to recap discussions that we had with others
> regarding features, bug fixes etc.  It's a valuable thing to have IMO.

Yes, and transparency in the development is only a good thing in my opinion.

> While I'm at it, do meeting channels make sense for project meetings?  Seems
> like if every project has an IRC channel they could/should probably just have
> their meetings there (just make sure there's a meetbot setup).

This would be great, since it avoids the scheduling and "which channel have we
moved to" questions when a different slot is required.

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