Le 2010-10-24 23:08, todd rme a écrit :
On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 2:13 PM, Drew Jensen<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
I'm tossing this out onto 3 lists - website, and discuss
I was kind of hoping to get some interest on the users list specific to
web forum ideas - I know that this has already started.
Anyway - a quick pointer this this review page:
For website maybe a little broader, I also setup a microblog site, what
is that...darned if I really know..being an old foggy and all, but you
can see it at - I added an item to the conference call about this - if
we see a way to use it...btw
Has anyone looked at the KDE forums? It might be a good layout for a
software-specific forum. We also have a built-in system for handling
feature requests directly in the forum (the brainstorm forum).
disclaimer: I am an admin on the KDE forums.
Is it just me or have the KDE forums changed recently? It has all of
these pop-up windows to help narrow down the posts.
Seems pretty organised.
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