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Conversations - community discussions on Collective pages #2223
As contributor, I can open an issue on a collective's page so that I can start a conversation about a topic, make a proposal, get and provide feedback, provide or ask for community support, organize.
Best solution for this problem
Github Issues on the collective page.
An MVP is a comment thread that lets anyone start or answer to a thread and lets core contributors post their updates as comments on the thread and pin them.
Engagement on the CP measured by number of threads started and commented on.
I wonder if we could start with renaming the table
Another thought I had was about how we could include comments on expenses because they are also "conversations". Maybe a good way to fetch the list of latest "Conversations" would be to not only fetch the latest updates but also the latest comments.
XR Belgium Conversations
After talking to Ben and thinking more about it, I’d propose to have two separate sections on the collective page that can be each turned on/off for each collective (like the global goals, events sections): one section for updates and one section for conversations.
In the MVP we won’t implement the emoji reactions (though I think it’s a great great feature that would be very nice to have, so that’s a stretch goal, cherry on the cake) :-)
The form to create a conversation should be a minimal rich text editing that allows for image upload.
Everyone that participates in the conversation should automatically « follow » the conversation and can unfollow with one click by email.
I think it’s confusing to mix the two.
I’d like to keep both separated like on a facebook page.
It’s also two very different level of engagement. Only the people quite involved in the community will be interested in the conversations. People just supporting financially will only be interested in the “Official Updates”.
Notes from today's meeting:
Hi guys, this is the latest update for this. The overlay to view all the people on a reaction is still pending, and I want to confirm with @cuiki if there is a pattern for that.
*Currently working on updates made in a call on Nov 13th