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> From: Testbed Support for GridPP member institutes [mailto:TB-
> Hello all,
> This is something of a meta discussion point, but there isn't a
> TB-SUPPORT_META mailing list, so.
> Of these, only this list seems to actually get any activity. The Wave
> is mainly people (okay, Ewan and I) talking about Wave invites and ACL
So far. I have hopes that it will become more useful over time.
> The jabber conference room seems to have a membership of < 5
> (Chris Brew, Duncan, Derek, and someone from Scotgrid, usually Dug).
I thought it was a good idea, and I've popped in a few times but I've
never felt it was that useful in practice; Jabber works well for one-
to-one contact, but it seems that there's not often the critical mass
necessary to make the chatroom work. I'm hoping that the slightly more
asynchronous nature of Wave will be a better fit.
> Any comments, rationales, mandates from on high?
In line with the above, if I had to choose then I'd suggest getting
everyone on the Wave, ditching the Jabber room, and keeping the mailing
list much as it is.