[Magazine] Comment intro?
kevin at scrye.com
Thu Dec 10 19:56:33 UTC 2015
On Thu, 10 Dec 2015 14:22:08 -0500
Joe Brockmeier <jzb at redhat.com> wrote:
> On 12/10/2015 02:19 PM, Justin W. Flory wrote:
> > I see the merit in trying to move the comments over to a mailing
> > list. The comments are definitely hard to keep tabs on, especially
> > for some of the older articles, and I think using HyperKitty (maybe
> > the users list) would help make sure that commenters can get
> > answers to their questions.
> > However, I wonder if people would actually be willing to make an
> > account in FAS or sign into Hyperkitty just to leave a comment
> > about an article or get help with a particular topic. I think
> > that's it definitely easier than it ever was before, but I wonder
> > if we would lose people or if they would actually sign in and post
> > for help.
> > I see the benefits to both sides, but I think in the immediate
> > sense, the comment intro is a good solution to this problem, and
> > maybe approaching Hyperkitty as a longer-term solution might be
> > something we could try out.
> What list would these go to? The FAS Login is a big barrier IMO - I
> see that if I'm not already involved and I'm gone.
You do not need a FAS login.
You can use any email address (If you have one of those).
That goes via persona... so if your domain has a persona server it
would go to that, if they don't mozilla handles them by default.
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