Kristian Köhntopp: Let’s have a chat – a taxonomy and some context (history and future; 20160606)
Posted by jpluimers on 2016/10/31
A few months ago was my first ever presence on IRC wich started like this:
[13:45] bear with me: after BITNET relay chat, I've totally skipped the IRC thing, so [13:46] * jeroenp_ is IRC n00b and wonders if netiquette is roughly the same as in the mid 1990s (: [13:46] jeroenp_: I don't think it changed a lot... [13:46] Cool: /me works on IRC too (: [13:47] Anyone having time to help me with `zypper dup` on Tumbleweed indicating `python3-urllib3-1.16-1.1.noarch requires python(abi) = 3.5` ?
This post is just to mention a few keywords of Let’s have a chat – a taxonomy and some context(This is a text I wrote for work, but it contains nothing work specific and I might as well drop it here.… – Kristian Köhntopp – Google+
I’ve kept my blog as I find G+ very hard to search for content and a “bla bla site:wiert.me” for me often is the fastest way to find something back that interests me.
Hence the keywords below on his post Let’s have a chat – a taxonomy and some context.
- Chat, IRC, ICQ, Jabber, Skype, Google Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, Slack and RocketChat
- Google Wave, Apache Wave, Google Documents and Google Spaces.
- Managing presence in adverse circumstances: status, /away, nickname renaming
- One identity, many clients: a common history (federation, standards, XML, SIP, extensions, incompatibilities)
- Many-to-Many conversations: Groups versus Places (rooms, channels, discoverability)
- Media, bots (hello Eliza) and API
- emoji, giphy and meme references
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