Brian Smith <br...@...>
Oliver Gould <v...@buoyant.io> wrote:
We've ended up having a bunch of interesting proxy development discussionsWe shouldn't make decisions synchronously in a chat room, regardless
of the venue. We should make decisions in GitHub issues (preferably)
or here on conduit-dev. In fact, we already had a policy that one
can't make decisions in chat rooms since nobody has ever been required
to be present in any chat rooms. Some people, especially people
outside Buoyant, simply won't be able to participate meaningfully in
chatrooms and making decisions in chatrooms effectively excludes them.
That said, I'm not against having a chatroom as long as decisions
aren't made there and it's effectively a way for people to fine-tune
their GitHub issue comments and/or conduit-dev emails before
Oliver Gould <v...@...>
I totally agree that we shouldn't be making decisions in chat. The result of any meaningful conversation should end up on Github.Decisions belong in Github.
My hope is that it's easier for others to get insight into our thought process. I, personally, frequently want a rubber-ducky programmer to help me refine my thought process, and I find that I learn a lot by watching Carl, for instance, do this. This is the place for that.