[dns-operations] New OARC Chat Platform
ondrej at sury.org
Tue Aug 25 05:00:43 UTC 2020
that’s *exactly* what OARC is doing. It’s not rolling “own” platform, it’s using existing platform that many existing teams are using as a communication platform. The added requirement for choosing a chat platform was a strong data protection. This is something that centralized platform (like Slack) can’t offer. Mattermost is a solid competitor on the market and I am glad that OARC moved away from Jabber both as a board member and OARC member.
Ondřej Surý <ondrej at sury.org> (He/Him)
> On 25. 8. 2020, at 1:43, Doug Barton <dougb at dougbarton.email> wrote:
> On 8/20/20 1:54 PM, Matthew Pounsett wrote:
>> Hello everyone.
>> DNS OARC is pleased to announce that our new community chat server is open for access, augmenting the mailing lists we operate.
>> For many years, OARC has been operating a Jabber service which has been available to OARC Members. We are replacing that service with a more modern chat platform using Mattermost. OARC’s chat service is available for open signup at <https://chat.dns-oarc.net/>.
> While I think it's great that you're offering this service, I can't help asking why you're rolling your own instead of utilizing any of the many chat services that already exist? Slack comes immediately to mind, but it's far from the only commonly used platform at the moment.
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