Issue & PR triaging + chat?

Hi all! I have two meta questions for the nameko community:

1. I'm interested in triaging all the existing issues and PRs, closing the
ones that are no longer relevant, and prioritizing and labeling the ones
that we still want to get done. Are people open to me doing that and if so
are there any preferences around how that process be run?
2. Is anyone interested in starting a Slack chat for nameko? I often find
that I have questions that would be best answered in chat (though I also
realize timezones are hard) and think it might also be nice for continuing
to grow the community here.

Cheers,
Jesse

1. That would be awesome. I'm not sure if it's possible to grant you
permissions to do this yourself (and might be complicated by the fact that
the repo is owned by onefinestay, where none of the core devs work anymore)
but most of the work is everything that comes before hitting the button and
would be much appreciated!
2. In general i'm in favour of irc (#nameko on freenode) over something
closed like slack for im. The mailing list is a better historical record,
but i agree that interactive chats can be very helpful to push
conversations along, and they can always be summarised in subsequent
mailing list messages or otherwise

Cheers,
D

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On Thursday, 15 September 2016 16:48:28 UTC+1, Jesse Pollak wrote:

Hi all! I have two meta questions for the nameko community:

1. I'm interested in triaging all the existing issues and PRs, closing the
ones that are no longer relevant, and prioritizing and labeling the ones
that we still want to get done. Are people open to me doing that and if so
are there any preferences around how that process be run?
2. Is anyone interested in starting a Slack chat for nameko? I often find
that I have questions that would be best answered in chat (though I also
realize timezones are hard) and think it might also be nice for continuing
to grow the community here.

Cheers,
Jesse

Hi Jesse,

Sorry for taking a while to get back to you on this. Responses inline.

1. That would be awesome. I'm not sure if it's possible to grant you
permissions to do this yourself (and might be complicated by the fact that
the repo is owned by onefinestay, where none of the core devs work anymore)
but most of the work is everything that comes before hitting the button and
would be much appreciated!

I am absolutely in favour of this. Unfortunately neither David or I have
permissions to make you a collaborator at the moment.

Your other message got caught by the moderators spam queue. I approved it
but it has now disappeared for some reason. I think the time is right to
move nameko so its own organisation and plan to reach out to onefinestay to
request as much.

2. In general i'm in favour of irc (#nameko on freenode) over something
closed like slack for im. The mailing list is a better historical record,
but i agree that interactive chats can be very helpful to push
conversations along, and they can always be summarised in subsequent
mailing list messages or otherwise

I actually created nameko.slack.com but slack rooms take a bit of hackery
to make them public. We also created #nameko on freenode, but I find IRC
pretty antiquated and inaccessible. As a result I'm rarely there.

My preferred solution for real-time chat is gitter.im -- it's accessible,
modern, preserves history and is public. Can we call get behind that? If so
I'll add a room to the GitHub page.

···

On Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 6:32:26 PM UTC+1, David Szotten wrote:

Cheers,
D

On Thursday, 15 September 2016 16:48:28 UTC+1, Jesse Pollak wrote:

Hi all! I have two meta questions for the nameko community:

1. I'm interested in triaging all the existing issues and PRs, closing
the ones that are no longer relevant, and prioritizing and labeling the
ones that we still want to get done. Are people open to me doing that and
if so are there any preferences around how that process be run?
2. Is anyone interested in starting a Slack chat for nameko? I often find
that I have questions that would be best answered in chat (though I also
realize timezones are hard) and think it might also be nice for continuing
to grow the community here.

Cheers,
Jesse

I'm down to give Gitter a go!

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On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 3:57 AM Matt Yule-Bennett <bennett.matthew@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Jesse,

Sorry for taking a while to get back to you on this. Responses inline.

On Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 6:32:26 PM UTC+1, David Szotten wrote:

1. That would be awesome. I'm not sure if it's possible to grant you
permissions to do this yourself (and might be complicated by the fact that
the repo is owned by onefinestay, where none of the core devs work anymore)
but most of the work is everything that comes before hitting the button and
would be much appreciated!

I am absolutely in favour of this. Unfortunately neither David or I have
permissions to make you a collaborator at the moment.

Your other message got caught by the moderators spam queue. I approved it
but it has now disappeared for some reason. I think the time is right to
move nameko so its own organisation and plan to reach out to onefinestay to
request as much.

2. In general i'm in favour of irc (#nameko on freenode) over something
closed like slack for im. The mailing list is a better historical record,
but i agree that interactive chats can be very helpful to push
conversations along, and they can always be summarised in subsequent
mailing list messages or otherwise

I actually created nameko.slack.com but slack rooms take a bit of hackery
to make them public. We also created #nameko on freenode, but I find IRC
pretty antiquated and inaccessible. As a result I'm rarely there.

My preferred solution for real-time chat is gitter.im -- it's accessible,
modern, preserves history and is public. Can we call get behind that? If so
I'll add a room to the GitHub page.

Cheers,
D

On Thursday, 15 September 2016 16:48:28 UTC+1, Jesse Pollak wrote:

Hi all! I have two meta questions for the nameko community:

1. I'm interested in triaging all the existing issues and PRs, closing
the ones that are no longer relevant, and prioritizing and labeling the
ones that we still want to get done. Are people open to me doing that and
if so are there any preferences around how that process be run?
2. Is anyone interested in starting a Slack chat for nameko? I often
find that I have questions that would be best answered in chat (though I
also realize timezones are hard) and think it might also be nice for
continuing to grow the community here.

Cheers,
Jesse

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Just to follow up on this... I tried to create a Gitter room, but don't
have sufficient rights in the GitHub repo.

I've written to onefinestay requesting that the repo is transferred to its
own org.

In the mean time I'm making an effort to hang out in #nameko on IRC, so
maybe see you there...

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On Friday, 23 September 2016 10:13:10 UTC+1, Jesse Pollak wrote:

I'm down to give Gitter a go!

On Thu, Sep 22, 2016 at 3:57 AM Matt Yule-Bennett <bennett...@gmail.com > <javascript:>> wrote:

Hi Jesse,

Sorry for taking a while to get back to you on this. Responses inline.

On Thursday, September 15, 2016 at 6:32:26 PM UTC+1, David Szotten wrote:

1. That would be awesome. I'm not sure if it's possible to grant you
permissions to do this yourself (and might be complicated by the fact that
the repo is owned by onefinestay, where none of the core devs work anymore)
but most of the work is everything that comes before hitting the button and
would be much appreciated!

I am absolutely in favour of this. Unfortunately neither David or I have
permissions to make you a collaborator at the moment.

Your other message got caught by the moderators spam queue. I approved it
but it has now disappeared for some reason. I think the time is right to
move nameko so its own organisation and plan to reach out to onefinestay to
request as much.

2. In general i'm in favour of irc (#nameko on freenode) over something
closed like slack for im. The mailing list is a better historical record,
but i agree that interactive chats can be very helpful to push
conversations along, and they can always be summarised in subsequent
mailing list messages or otherwise

I actually created nameko.slack.com but slack rooms take a bit of
hackery to make them public. We also created #nameko on freenode, but I
find IRC pretty antiquated and inaccessible. As a result I'm rarely there.

My preferred solution for real-time chat is gitter.im -- it's
accessible, modern, preserves history and is public. Can we call get behind
that? If so I'll add a room to the GitHub page.

Cheers,
D

On Thursday, 15 September 2016 16:48:28 UTC+1, Jesse Pollak wrote:

Hi all! I have two meta questions for the nameko community:

1. I'm interested in triaging all the existing issues and PRs, closing
the ones that are no longer relevant, and prioritizing and labeling the
ones that we still want to get done. Are people open to me doing that and
if so are there any preferences around how that process be run?
2. Is anyone interested in starting a Slack chat for nameko? I often
find that I have questions that would be best answered in chat (though I
also realize timezones are hard) and think it might also be nice for
continuing to grow the community here.

Cheers,
Jesse

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This is a great initiative. Nameko truly need a community behind it since the resources and examples are scarce. A chat room would be ideal to discuss experiences and real world examples and hopefully lay a foundation to more blog posts and knowledge sharing. Any progress in transferring the repo?

Yep, I'm expecting to hear from them next week.

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On Friday, October 21, 2016 at 8:12:01 AM UTC+1, Johan Frisell wrote:

This is a great initiative. Nameko truly need a community behind it since
the resources and examples are scarce. A chat room would be ideal to
discuss experiences and real world examples and hopefully lay a foundation
to more blog posts and knowledge sharing. Any progress in transferring the
repo?

This has happened! Nameko now lives at http://github.com/nameko/nameko.

There's also a Gitter room at https://gitter.im/nameko/Lobby

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On Friday, October 21, 2016 at 12:31:07 PM UTC+1, Matt Yule-Bennett wrote:

Yep, I'm expecting to hear from them next week.

On Friday, October 21, 2016 at 8:12:01 AM UTC+1, Johan Frisell wrote:

This is a great initiative. Nameko truly need a community behind it since
the resources and examples are scarce. A chat room would be ideal to
discuss experiences and real world examples and hopefully lay a foundation
to more blog posts and knowledge sharing. Any progress in transferring the
repo?

woot — way to go Matt! some sad news from my end: do to a pretty
substantial shift in focus at clef, we've stopped using nameko, which has
made it pretty hard for me to find the time to continue contributing :frowning:

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On Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 6:37 AM Matt Yule-Bennett <bennett.matthew@gmail.com> wrote:

This has happened! Nameko now lives at http://github.com/nameko/nameko.

There's also a Gitter room at https://gitter.im/nameko/Lobby

On Friday, October 21, 2016 at 12:31:07 PM UTC+1, Matt Yule-Bennett wrote:

Yep, I'm expecting to hear from them next week.

On Friday, October 21, 2016 at 8:12:01 AM UTC+1, Johan Frisell wrote:

This is a great initiative. Nameko truly need a community behind it since
the resources and examples are scarce. A chat room would be ideal to
discuss experiences and real world examples and hopefully lay a foundation
to more blog posts and knowledge sharing. Any progress in transferring the
repo?

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Sorry to hear that Jesse. Thank you for all the contributions you have made
:slight_smile:

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<3 good luck — i may be back sooner or later!

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Sorry to hear that Jesse. Thank you for all the contributions you have
made :slight_smile:

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