Internal Communication/IM

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Internal Communication tools > Instant communication

Instant communication

The objective of instant communication is to provide the best way for the members to communicate each other.

NEED TO BE COMPLETED

Preference

Physical meeting > PiratePad + Mumble > Skype > IRC > GoogleDocs

Catalog

[to Mumble]

Physical meeting

Evaluation
  • + do not require computer
  • + trivial to be understood
  • - require some time to reach and leave the meeting point
  • + possible exchange of material, files
  • + do not require computer
  • - could require some expense drink/meal/parking
  • - require a pirate to write meeting summary
  • + anonymous
Reference

Every crew should have a meeting every month

Sound only

Mumble
Evaluation
  • ~ require computer
  • ~ require a software (easy setup)
  • + no delay to reach the meeting poing
  • - no exchange of material, files
  • + accept room with ? members
  • + could be public
  • - require a pirate to write summary
  • - require a computer
  • + opensource
  •  ? anonypmous
  • + Linux, windows, Mac, iPhone, Android
Reference
Supporter
Howto

Tutorial here

Settings for PP Belgium: (mumble.piratenpartei-nrw.de ; join:International/Pirate Party Belgium)

Text only

EtherPad
Evaluation
  • + could be public(no account) or private
  • + do no require a pirate to write summary
  • + opensource
  • + anonymous
Reference

[[1]] [to Etherpad]

Supporter
IRC
Evaluation
  • ~ could be public(no account) or private
  • + do no require a pirate to write summary
  • + opensource
  • ~ anonymous
Reference

http://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Internet_Relay_Chat

Supporter
GoogleDoc
Evaluation
  • + could be public(google account) or private
  • + do no require a pirate to write summary
  • - opensource
  • - anonymous
Reference

http://www.google.com/google-d-s/intl/fr/tour1.html

Supporter

Multimedia

Skype
  • - closed source
  • - not anonymous
  • ~ could require a pirate to write summary
Reference

http://www.skype.com/

Supporter