@bzg opinion: i don't know about *having* opinion, but the constant *sharing* of opinion may be more problematic, in my view
Sharing an opinion without being asked first is not careful of someone's consent to their attention
This problem may be gender-based. Comedian Hannah Gatsby in Nanette makes fun of men "having an opinion" (and sharing it)
Numerous visible females on Twitter report that their mentions are full of men sharing unsollicited opinions/advice
While GitHub is experimenting with a new interface for generic discussions, I think it's time to think on how interfaces can help us build less toxic environments for sharing sollicited "opinions" or inputs.
StackOverflow and Quora may have a say about this important topic.
@bzg i agree
I think this topic starts with the acknowledgment that receiving a message is work
Reading, understanding, asking for clarification, rephrasing, sorting through what is meaningful for the project vs for the person is work: emotional and cognitive work
What i would love to see is interfaces that empowers individual and teams to accept this work at their own pace with fine-grain control
Github provides "issues" or "no issues", that's too coarse in my opinion
I designed "Woof" (see it e.g. at https://updates.orgmode.org for #orgmode) as a way to circumvent an issue I have with bug trackers: they inherit from a culture of "consumer support", turning issues into attention sink and maintainance burden; taking the opposite direction, Woof focuses on answering the question "How can I help?, in a "volunteers first" culture.
Woof is action-oriented: it relies on a mailing list and grabs from there what's really worth acting upon.
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