Changes between Version 9 and Version 10 of org/meetings/2016WinterDevMeeting/Notes/TakeBackCommunityChannels


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    1818Roger thinks #tor and tor-talk are both unacceptable the way they are. Something must change.
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    2220What are our current places for user interaction / users to get their questions answered?
     
    4745Mid-term goal: Have a defined scope for each of our communication channels.
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    49 The Tor contact page directs people to our intended support ways. (But it still lists nottor! It sure is out of date.)
     47The Tor contact page directs people to our intended support ways. (But it still lists #nottor! It sure is out of date.)
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    5149Maybe the front page should point to how we think you should get help?
     
    6866
    6967Moderation thoughts for tor-talk:
    70 *people moderate tor-talk
    71 *first time users are "blocked"
    72 *after the mod sees that the mail is "good" for several times the user gets whitelisted
    73 *mailing list is ansynchronous and is easier
     68* people moderate tor-talk
     69* first time users are "blocked"
     70* after the mod sees that the mail is "good" for several times the user gets whitelisted
     71* mailing list is ansynchronous and is easier
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    75 *what lists do we need?
    76 *technical measures at Debian: when too many messages per thread were arriving, software auto slowed down the mails for n minutes, this cools down the discussion
    77 *What is tor-talk for?
    78 *We should create tor-users (and other lists) and eventually shut down tor-talk
    79 *tor-project should be moderated and some mails should go there (define the scope)
     73* what lists do we need?
     74* technical measures at Debian: when too many messages per thread were arriving, software auto slowed down the mails for n minutes, this cools down the discussion
     75* What is tor-talk for?
     76* We should create tor-users (and other lists) and eventually shut down tor-talk
     77* tor-project should be moderated and some mails should go there (define the scope)
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    81 *We need a decision when a person is a troll. Inform the person that this mail was inappropriate.
    82 *This moderation plan is *not* about censoring particular posts or perspectives (content). It is about stopping disruptive *behavior*. We need an environment where new users can feel comfortable asking questions and learning. An environment where they are attacked, and it is normal to attack people, is harmful and disruptive. People can disagree with each other, constructively, and that's great. But if they want to be destructive, they should do it somewhere else.
     79* We need a decision when a person is a troll. Inform the person that this mail was inappropriate.
     80* This moderation plan is *not* about censoring particular posts or perspectives (content). It is about stopping disruptive *behavior*. We need an environment where new users can feel comfortable asking questions and learning. An environment where they are attacked, and it is normal to attack people, is harmful and disruptive. People can disagree with each other, constructively, and that's great. But if they want to be destructive, they should do it somewhere else.
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    8482Proposed plan for IRC: