[wp-ui] Why are we using a maillist?
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Thu Jan 28 15:47:45 UTC 2010
Automattic is using P2 to manage some of their projects and the
wordpress-dev efforts run through P2 as well and it seems to work.
Scheduling meetings, discussions, etc. IRC is another great mechanism
that is currently being underutilized for the UI list. I think we
leverage a P2 site and IRC for the UI list and it will foster greate
On 1/28/10 7:43 AM, Moshe Morris wrote:
> I actually would rather have a forum than a mail list. We could then
> break the conversations up into categories and participate in those
> areas that are most relevant. Furthermore, we can subscribe via email
> to the forum topics that are relevant to us.
> On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 5:34 PM, Russell Wilson <russ.wilson at gmail.com
> <mailto:russ.wilson at gmail.com>> wrote:
> I agree with Mike.
> Russell Wilson
> Vice President of User Experience, CA
> Blog: dexodesign.com <http://dexodesign.com>, uitrends.com
> LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/russwilson
> On Thu, Jan 28, 2010 at 8:43 AM, Mike Little <wordpress at zed1.com
> <mailto:wordpress at zed1.com>> wrote:
> The standard argument that I usually use for these things is
> that mailing lists are 'push' and forums are 'pull'.
> I *will* read my email several times a day. But with the best
> will in the world, I *will not* visit a forum several times a
> day to to see what the latest conversations are (I might
> intend to, but I know it never happens).
> And whilst I know that's sort of what RSS feeds are for, I
> still only check my feed reader every couple of days on average.
> Mike Little
> wp-ui mailing list
> wp-ui at lists.automattic.com
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