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Re: [tdf-discuss] user forums ?


Hello Augustine,

2011/11/9 Augustine Souza <aesouza2008@gmail.com>

On 11/9/11, Charles-H. Schulz <charles.schulz@documentfoundation.org>
wrote:
Florian,

I'll open a wiki page tomorrow with some requirements listed so that we
come up with some criteria for a forum platform. Others are free to fill
the page as well.


If I'm not mistaken, we already have several "threads" on various
aspects of the forum issue. I don't know how mailing lists work, but,
if possible, why not close all but one thread to prevent "dilution"?
Those of us who can't or won't contribute to the wiki can then have
just the one thread to read and provide feedback in. It would be
easier for the decision-makers as well.



It's much more complicated for people who are going to work on the website
side of things -setting up the forum- to track even one single thread in a
mailing list, instead of having one page. Moving to the wiki marks another
stage where we implement what's been discussed here.

Page is up, feel free to add to it:
https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Website/UsersForum

Best,
Charles.

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