[openstack-dev] [All] IRC Mishaps
victor.morales at intel.com
Thu Feb 9 15:43:22 UTC 2017
One of my favorites is the usage of #undo command during the meetings for fixing a quick copy & paste link. Should be necessary to include more information in this wiki entry
From: Rob C <hyakuhei at gmail.com<mailto:hyakuhei at gmail.com>>
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Date: Thursday, February 9, 2017 at 6:57 AM
To: "OpenStack Development Mailing List (not for usage questions)" <openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org<mailto:openstack-dev at lists.openstack.org>>
Subject: Re: [openstack-dev] [All] IRC Mishaps
#startmeeting in the wrong channel
#startmeeting in the right channel but at the wrong time
#startmeeting in the right channel and at the right time but someone else already started it
I'm basically a pro at meetings.
On Thu, Feb 9, 2017 at 1:14 AM, Lana Brindley <openstack at lanabrindley.com<mailto:openstack at lanabrindley.com>> wrote:
On 09/02/17 06:36, Kendall Nelson wrote:
> Hello All!
> So I am sure we've all seen it: people writing terminal commands into our project channels, misusing '/' commands, etc. But have any of you actually done it?
> If any of you cores, ptls or other upstanding members of our wonderful community have had one of these embarrassing experiences please reply! I am writing an article for the SuperUser trying to make us all seem a little more human to people new to the community and new to using IRC. It can be scary asking questions to such a large group of smart people and its even more off putting when we make mistakes in front of them.
> So please share your stories!
What about the one where you're conducting a private conversation in one window, and watching a group chat in another one, and then drop some deeply personal (or embarrassing!) content in the group chat instead the PM ;)
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