How is Loomio working for us?
Does this serve our development team? Does this serve our users? Who should this be serving? What other options are available that we might want to try?
Poll Created Mon 22 Sep 2014 10:19PM
Should we continue to use Loomio for development discussion, community engagement, and voting? Closed Fri 31 Oct 2014 10:07PM
Or should we use something else?
|Results||Option||% of points||Voters|
||Agree||100.0%||10||DU MB MO(|
|Undecided||0%||29||PS S ES SP RDJ HL W DE S MAP KB|
10 of 39 people have voted (25%)
Tue 23 Sep 2014 7:32PM
I have been following the loomio development for a little while now, and I think it's the best available tool for the job.
Wed 24 Sep 2014 10:03PM
I've always been confused as to where to go to decide on things that aren't necessarily "issues." This looks great.
Mon 13 Oct 2014 4:27AM
I think it is a great, well-organized, and easy to use solution!
Andru Vallance Tue 23 Sep 2014 12:00PM
hell yes. sidenote: this is the first non mozilla-owned platform i've used which actually provides Persona as login option. That makes me both happy and sad at the same time.
Rory Aronson Tue 23 Sep 2014 7:39PM
Another tool worth considering either instead of Loomio or in addition to it is Discourse forums: http://www.discourse.org.
I see Discourse as a place to just discuss, and Loomio as a place to both discuss and take action via the voting. I think using only Loomio is better for us right now.
[deactivated account] Wed 24 Sep 2014 1:31AM
Yeah, I think Discourse is more of a forum. I'm afraid that with a couple of the things that we talk about there's no conclusion, so they just end up hanging around.
I actually had Discourse in mind when I proposed the idea. I think Loomio does the job much better.
Rory Aronson · Mon 22 Sep 2014 10:18PM
I think this is a fantastic platform for us to discuss ideas and features, especially with the community of OpenFarm users who would likely not participate on GitHub.