Re: Gitter vs IRC
Damian Maguire <d.maguire@...>
Having toyed with it a bit, as well as many of the alternatives, I think Gitter is a really good option – public, easy to use for new users (beats IRC on that front), enough platform support for regular users to work with, preserves history (again beats IRC default), much more open than Slack etc. Integrations might need some work (CI notifications in the IRC channel are nice for example), but I think we can work around that.
So yeah, my vote is go for it (with some sort of plan for deprecating Freenode of course).
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