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

Steve Wart steve.wart at gmail.com
Tue Apr 29 19:39:38 UTC 2008

I have no complaints - I have had great support from everyone.

I would suggest that an irc resource be allowed to develop on its own. Once
it proves to be a useful place for new people, then it would be worth
advertising its presence.


On Tue, Apr 29, 2008 at 8:31 PM, Sebastian Sastre <ssastre at seaswork.com>

>  I'm sure you know an open community has limited resources and mostly
> based on good will and volunteering. Also casual convergence of interests
> can create oportunities of cooperation. Seaside is an artifact, among many
> others, built on that kind of basis.
> If you have concrete facts to support complains about the quality of the
> support service you receive, say here by mail or any comunication channel,
> electronic or not, please expose them so they can be discussed with
> clarity. You can ask for more quality of that service but, as you are
> informed, you must remember its basis. If you are not satisfied with that
> I'm sure you can contact professionals who are most interested in being
> contracted by you for a fair price so they can give its bests to colaborate
> for your success.
>  Instrospection is great but is not the silver bullet to all our problems.
> Internet is the cruth to factorize geography so what? Casual chats can make,
> anybody willing to learn to receive or to provide help, to assimilate lots
> of new informations of great quality in cool interpersonal interactions and
> in very short time. Is a matter of willing to create an ambient for that
> going with what we have and we can't create an ambient like that with a
> conditioning attitude. So the question in the air is: are we capable of
> making this a valuable part of the Seaside experience?
> Sebastian Sastre
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