[development] channels

Sean Robertson seanr at ngpsoftware.com
Wed Aug 1 14:41:34 UTC 2007

It's in the topic and/or Druplicon sends them a welcome message when 
they join with that info.  The shouldn't have to go to another channel 
if they don't need something more specific than basic drupal chat or 
support, though.  You can easily do this without making a dead channel.

Karoly Negyesi wrote:
>> Either way, I think (2) is a weak compromise.  I'm all for making  
>> #drupal the de facto support channel, and moving all development  
>> issues to #drupal-dev.  
> So my primary concern over this was, how will people find the other channels without the supporters in #drupal telling them. One way would be that if you join #drupal the bot messages you with instructions just as in my original plan but if you answer something to the bot indicating you got the message about the 'house rules' whatever they will be, you will be voiced on #drupal -- thus we can use #drupal as a channel AND give people the guidance about various channels. How does this look?

Sean Robertson
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NGP Software, Inc.
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