[Seaside] It is time for a Seaside IRC channel?

Sebastian Sastre ssastre at seaswork.com
Tue Apr 29 12:18:27 UTC 2008

> >  Whether it is better than #squeak as a source of help on 
> seaside is not
> > relevant to the point or tot the request.
> Oh yes it is. Because go you there looking for help and the only thing
> that matters to you is how likely you're getting the help you need.
> That doesn't mean we can't mention it but we should surely point out
> that currently #squeak is the first place you go.
> Cheers
> Philippe

No, is not the point. Unless, of course, you want, for some reason, to preserve confusion and misleading. Besides not all seasiders are squeakers, the likely to found help on #css in the #javascript channel has nothing to do with preserving its separation of concerns.

Do we have a trend to try to innovate unnecessarily? even to the point of starting to detriment comunication or preventing its improvment? Can we review how clear is this point for the good of the community? 


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