gaming audit (2020)

Continuing the discussion from talkgroup audit (2020):

For #gaming I’ve always been of the mind to distill the conversations into useful documents. But it is also a place for a lot of useless conversations, itself a useful function, since gaming sometimes requires a crazy amount of coordination.

We have an opportunity to use sub-categories as dedicated gaming groups, for whatever reason, and that ought to be spelled out in the description.

For archiving, I think the nature of a topic will put it somewhere. I use #gaming to capture thoughts on gaming, but also the people (and companies) that produce commercial gaming, as well as theories of design and such. So where things will ultimately live in archive will be dependent on what it is.