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Random Question (And Possible Suggestion): Does Clearml Offer Some Kind Of "Forum" Inside The Web Gui? For Example, I'M Thinking That Different Users Might Want To Comment On Results Of An Experiment And Stuff. Im Sure These Things Can Be Done Externally

Random question (and possible suggestion): Does ClearML offer some kind of "forum" inside the web gui? For example, I'm thinking that different users might want to comment on results of an experiment and stuff. Im sure these things can be done externally on a github thread attached to the experiment

  
  
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AgitatedDove14 True. Haha not sure, now are we talking about a mini wiki kind of thing? And actually the slack thing is actually a good workaround this since people can just comment easily. It would only be bad if slack is not allowed to run in certain orgs or whatever.

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Hi CluelessElephant89

I'm thinking that different users might want to comment on results of an experiment and stuff. Im sure these things can be done externally on a github thread attached to the experiment

Interesting! Like a "comment section on top of a Task ?
Or should it be a project ?
Basically I have this intuition that Task granularity might be to small (I would want to talk about multiple experiments, not a single one?) and a project might be to generic ?
wdyt?
btw: The address bar at the top will always bring you to the exact view, this means that if you already have a discussion board (discourse for example), you can always link to specific Tasks...

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

AgitatedDove14 Wow this can go many different ways actually! I didn't think too much about where to place it too deeply. I just thought a comment section under tasks might be helpful but you're right. It might be too granular. But an experiment wide thread might be nice, same with project level too haha. Maybe.... an entire separate "forum" module might be cool (a whole new icon on the left hand side below worker/agent button) where people can do @'s for experiments/projects/tasks and even comparisons (basically url links really ) where you can create your own level in some kind of sense.

Also, by "address bar at the top", i assume you mean address url right?

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

where people can do @'s for experiments/projects/tasks and even comparisons ...

ohhh I like that! for me this throws me directly to Slack integration .
I think my main question is, "is the discussion ephemeral?" in other words, is this an on going discussion that later no one will care about, or are we creating some "knowledge base" that we want to later share?

Also, by "address bar at the top", i assume you mean address url right?

yes... apologies for the phrasing, it was way to verbatim 😉

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

And actually the slack thing is actually a good workaround this since people can just comment easily

Any reference for similar integration between Slack and other platforms ?
I'm thinking maybe the easiest way is Slack bot to you can @ task id ?

  
  
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