On 10/21/18 5:42 AM, stan wrote:
The idea is that
it would invigorate the Fedora community by encouraging younger people
raised on social media and mobile platforms to contribute.
Young people tend to use social media such twitter and facebook but
having forum board would be fun too. It easier to access.
One of the
targets they have mentioned is the user list, because of its nature of
short term question and answer topics. There has been push-back by
developers because they have their custom solutions all working great
around email lists for doing their work.
should be sync with stackExchange
just like askubuntu.com
does. I know it already debates about it, but
just look at how sucesfully and active of askubuntu.com
note : unix.stackexchange.com
is available but too mixed up with other
disto, been specific would be better
I'm wondering how the people who regularly use fedora-users
list feel about that. Which would you prefer? Unfortunately, it's an
either / or proposal, because there is no interface in Discourse for
emails from an email list to be put in their forums, though they do
have email notification for new web messages. Would you willingly or
reluctantly migrate to the new platform?
It not going to be replace, look at *BSD sites, they also have web
forums but people tend to use IRC, mail list. Always keep the option for
BTW my country blocking IRC ports, there is option to use freenode irc
chat or proxy/vpn.
Having mail list is the best option and now we have forum.. any of thus
All the best for Fedora. Keep the good work!
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