[Textbook-l] Wikibooks community-building meeting
sb_johnny at yahoo.com
Sat Feb 14 13:15:20 UTC 2009
IRC is much better for me as well... I've yet to actually use skype.
From: j.w. thomas <jthomas at bittware.com>
To: Wikimedia textbook discussion <textbook-l at lists.wikimedia.org>
Sent: Friday, February 13, 2009 8:36:02 PM
Subject: Re: [Textbook-l] Wikibooks community-building meeting
Andrew Whitworth wrote:
> Anyway, I would like to schedule some kind of online meeting. IRC is
> preferred by me, but Skype works also. If we can't find a single time
> when many people can attend, we could just schedule multiple meetings
> and expect partial turnout for each. We just need a way to discuss
> ideas for growth, concerns about current on-wiki events, etc.
> I'd love to hear what other people think about this.
I'd prefer IRC to Skype for a couple of stupid reasons.
First, Skype is a pain to set up on Linux. It is incredibly difficult
to get it to take input from a microphone.
Second, I don't like to run Skype at home because we use it extensively
at work (chat mode), and whenever I "go online" I get a barrage of
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