Hello, everyone! A quick on the upcoming meeting for the fork.

The meeting will take place tomorrow (Sunday, 8th July) at 7 PM UTC.

The meeting will be done via Discord. This is currently the most accessible option for now, although we are planning to move to another system like Matrix later. You can join the Discord here: discord.gg/T2BeU2Q

This account is managed by @clar and @Satsuma. You can message either of us for questions.

>This is currently the most accessible option for now

what does make matrix or other #webRTC like #jitsi less accessible?
Is that caused by the design of the software or simply because those that are part of the fork use #discord instead of something else?

@clar @Satsuma


@paulfree14 the fact that most people already have an account is the main draw, yeah - but also we've got about a million threads which is a bit more complex than most chat apps support & we're currently using reactions for voting

If you've got any technology suggestions, we've got a page on our wiki for infrastructure proposals

@paulfree14 forktogether.space/mw/Potentia if you want to edit, @ryliejamesthomas@mastodon.social can make you an account if you give them your email

since I'm not involved in #forkofftogether I prefer to just write it here, in case something comes to my mind. when people like they can just pick it up.

taiga (already mentioned, is the most powerfull project manager that I came across. Through its different roles it can be simple or more complicated to use)
the all in one solution for organizing a project

nextcloud (disroot offers that too)

forum, CalDav, cloud, chat,

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