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MicroProfile/Giiter chat rooms

We use for chat communication related to individual working groups. Each Github repository can have a Gitter room associated with it to discuss work related to that repository.

Each repository with an associated Gitter room should contain a Gitter badge with a link to the chat room in its README file.

Public history of communication on Gitter

All the chat communication is recorded by Gitter and publicly available without any need for a Gitter account. For example, the history for top-level MicroProfile API chat is available here:

How to create a Gitter room for a repository

While signed into

  1. Open Eclipse Gitter community page
  2. Press the "ADD A ROOM" buttom at the bottom of the left sidebar
  3. Select eclipse community and the name of a MicroProfile Github repository (the repository must be in the Eclipse Github organization)
  4. Leave all other options at their defaults and press the "Create" button
  5. Invite relevant people if applicable

Then add a description to the room:

  1. Open the Gitter room
  2. Hover the mouse cursor over the room name at the top
  3. Double-click and type a description

Then link the Github repository with the room (a Gitter badge in the README):

  1. Open the room and press the "Room settings" button - an icon next to the profile image in the top right corner
  2. Press "Share this chat room"
  3. Press the "Send Pull Request" button
  4. DO NOT MERGE the pull request
    1. Close the pull request and raise it under your Eclipse Github account as a usual pull request

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