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Re: How can functional people "really" participate in OCA?

Open Source Integrators, Maxime Chambreuil
- 20/02/2020 14:25:16

1. I am not sure it matters. The ones it is intended to may not be here today, but hopefully will join in the future.

2. What's wrong with the current mailing lists available at

3. @Stefano How long has this site been up? How many writers do you have? How often do they write? How many visits does it get per month on average?

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On Thu, Feb 20, 2020 at 4:17 AM Jairo Llopis <> wrote:

El jue., 20 feb. 2020 a las 9:02, Stefano Consolaro (<>) escribió:
Well, after a couple of days I think that there are some points to check:
1 Who we are? How many functional people are active in OCA and have theme to analyze?

No idea, but I guess just a few. OCA is hard even for devs.
2 What can be a tool to support a functional discussion?

A matrix community, with rooms. It can be good for devs too.
3 What can be a tool to document a flow

 Google docs. It allows reviewing and approving, just like git, but everyone knows how to use it, and functionals don't need to learn git nor that # this is a header and *this is italics* but **this is bold**.

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