On Sun, Apr 17, 2011 at 2:30 PM, RGB ES <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
We can discuss up to the end of the time if forums are better or worse
than mailing lists. We can discuss about why people do not use "better
communication methods" (whichever those methods are) or do not RTFM.
We can discuss everything, but there is a clear fact that cannot be denied:
English community forums have near 40500 registered users
Spanish community forums have near 5000 registered users
French community forums have near 17100 registered users
Again: The point is not forum or not. The point is: Why the heck do
you want *yet another* forum.
Those users above will not all register to an additional forum - why
Why should we split the knowledge of those on purpose?
And the one on services.openoffice.org is not the only one either.
There are already enough forum solutions. If you want a dedicated
"LibreOffice" one, ask the maintainers of that forum to open a
"LibreOffice" category or something (but I don't think this is
necessary, as functionality is not that much different yet)
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