So I had a (crazy) idea the other day about team communication - How hard would it be to setup a version of Chief Delphi on a team website for internal team communication? Chief Delphi does a lot that makes it an excellent communication platform. Topics are easily visible and (kindof) easy to search for. They are organized by category, can be pinned to the top (i think?), can be made into wikis, can have useful features like polls, and, most importantly, links, pictures, documents and ultimately ideas are easily shared. The biggest advantage this would give over something like slack is it is not hard to understand how to use. For slack, there is a lot to learn there is a learning curve and it is not easy to get some mentors and freshmen comfortable using it. Lots of team members are already comfortable with chief delphi, so it would be awesome if the team communication platform looked the same.
The way this would have to work would be through a login from a team’s website, which would give access to the team’s “chief delphi.” It would also be cool to be able to auto email team members like chief delphi does.
Any thoughts on how hard this would be to get working? is it even possible?