[technology taskforce] draft slides for How At-Large should use Group chat

Mahdi Taghizadeh i at mahdi.ws
Wed Oct 4 06:16:32 UTC 2017

Dear All,

Sorry again I couldn't attend the call a few days ago. I totally agree with
using Skype and Slack as they're both feature-rich and available on many
platforms. Almost everybody's already using them and I think this reduces
the hassle of the current tools that are being used.

*Mahdi Taghizadeh*
*http://mahdi.ws <http://mahdi.ws>*

On Tue, Oct 3, 2017 at 6:02 PM, Dev Anand Teelucksingh <devtee at gmail.com>

> Dear All,
> As mentioned on the TTF October 2 call, the TTF has done some work on
> group chat solutions and was included in the TTF presentations for
> ICANN58 and ICANN59.
> I've made the slides as a separate slidedeck for us to review and comment
> on.
> The summary:
> - At-Large been using Skype
> - Skype has some disadvantages
> - Group chat has several advantages
> - the TTF has done a lot of work in reviewing and testing group chat
> solutions
> - Ideally, ICANN should deploy its own group chat solution
> - Barring that, At-Large should use Slack for several reasons.
> The sides can be found at
> https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1bY-O_QWe8S-
> G7braIGXndxcG03sMqtCSUoqJhhwUROU/edit?usp=sharing
> and attached as a PDF to this email.
> Thoughts? Agree with the approach?
> Commenting is enabled on the Google Slides
> Regards,
> Dev Anand
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