Expectations for members of the push-language discourse site

In the push-language discourse site we aim to preserve a level of openness about wild ideas, experiments in progress, as-yet-unpublished results and the like that one normally has within a lab, rather than on the open internet.

In addition, the site is used to host notes from our research group meetings and discuss topics beyond technical aspects of Push.

For these reasons, members are asked to treat interactions on the site much as they would treat in-person lab meetings, rather than interactions in an open web forum. For example, if an idea expressed on the site inspires a research project, then we expect people working on the project to consult with, credit, and potentially collaborate with the idea’s originators.