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Our chatroom should be called Buddhism, just like it already is. We want our chatroom to be easy to find.
Once the site is better-established and has a solid base of people who participate in chat, we can then think about changing it to something else.
I appreciate your efforts to make this site grow and attract new (or in this case old) users, but I feel you may be a little too enthusiastic.
First of all, Buddhism SE is doing a great job for a beta site of this age. Personally I think the question quality could be a bit better, but if I look at number of users, visits and questions, this site is doing ...
I think your idea is a good one, I'm just not so sure about your timing. At the moment the number of people here is still rather small. We currently have 46 avid user and 196 visitors per day. Compare this to a site like Christianity SE for example that has 328 avid users and over 3800 visits per day (which by the way only has one active chatroom). ...
Even without/before creating a new chat room, there's a chat room here which anyone almost any user of this site can use any time for almost anything.
What you can't easily do is tell other people to be there in that room too.
Sometimes, if there's something to discuss, someone can post a message here on Meta like this one (A chat session about the ...
It's here: Buddhism -- General discussion
People don't use it ... so it's repeatedly (automatically) "frozen" for a lack of activity; but I can unfreeze it whenever someone asks.
When people chat it's normally in a "room" spun off from a specific question or answer.
maybe worthy to possible make more as just assuming out of it
I'm sorry that I don't always completely understand your syntax, and my own German is much worse, and so I'm not able to always understand everything you write.
But here, I think you're saying you want to discuss this instead of making assumptions.
Where ever a smarter person seeks for an ...
Perhaps someone should revive a general chatroom (e.g. the now-frozen 'main' chatroom).
I had a question about the site, didn't find that question answered on meta, and then didn't find any 'general' chatroom either, in which to ask about it.
There's a link at the top under StackExchange:
Here's the actual link to the main chat room:
Edit: you also need to be logged in as your Buddhism user:
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