#xfce-dev IRC channel
chris.chapuis at gmail.com
Thu Feb 10 09:44:26 CET 2011
I also remember that I subscribed to the xfce4-dev mailing list _only_
because I couldn't talk with the devs on #xfce-dev. At the time I wanted to
improve xfdesktop with multiple backdrops (one per desktop, for example),
and I needed some advice about the code (why was the clas toto made that
way, why some choices were made) in order not to do something completely
stupid. I never could ask that question on IRC...
Do you think there will be a lot of people that will go to #xfce-dev instead
of #xfce ? Isn't it worth a try ?
On Thu, Feb 10, 2011 at 8:04 AM, Mike Massonnet <mmassonnet at gmail.com>wrote:
> Le 9 février 2011 23:10, Jérôme Guelfucci <jeromeg at xfce.org> a écrit :
> > Hello,
> > I would like to start a discussion about invite-only in the IRC #xfce-dev
> > channel and admin permissions.
> > I would like to get this restriction removed because I don't think it
> > any advantages and makes it difficult for people who want to get involved
> > Xfce to get in touch with us. Setting good rules could be enough to
> > the channel atmosphere.
> > At the moment, Olivier is the only active member who has rights to remove
> > this restriction. This brings another question: a while ago I registered
> > Xfce group at Freenode, this group owns the #xfce chnnale. We could ask
> > Freenode staff to attach the #xfce-dev channel to this group so that all
> > core members can have the needed permissions.
> > What do you all think about this?
> > Cheers,
> > Jérôme
> I remember this channel was created because devs couldn't talk easily
> on #xfce anymore, so if we start getting anyone allowed on this
> particular chan it might repeat the old situation (note that I wasn't
> even there when #xfce-dev didn't exist).
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