Forum/Mailing List deltas (was [ubuntu-marketing])
mdke at ubuntu.com
Wed Jan 10 21:16:02 UTC 2007
On Wed, 2007-01-10 at 22:01 +0100, Jan Vancura wrote:
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> Matthew East wrote:
> > Hi,
> > * Jan Vancura:
> >>> This is an old issue which I'd like to revisit.
> >>> On our first meeting (or, the first recent one), we decided that we
> >>> don't want a forum. I'd like to know if opinions have changed on this.
> >>> Mine has been floating around a little bit. With a little bit of work,
> >>> we could set up a bridge, that would crosspost to the list and vice
> >>> versa. This has worked for the ubuntu-users ML for months (at least).
> > Yes, good idea to get the forums involved, but a bridge is absolutely
> > vital, to avoid splitting resources and forcing contributors to read
> > them both.
> > --
> > Matthew East
> > http://www.mdke.org
> Ryan says a bridge is no problem at all. So - I'm just waiting to hear a
> few more opinions, and then I'll head over and do it.
ARGH! I had no idea it was so easy to set up a bridge between forum and
I'm cc:ing -devel-discuss to this because it seems to me that having a
bridge to that list from the forum would save a whole lot of effort on
the part of those Forum Ambassadors. Coincidentally, I wrote this on the
bottom of https://wiki.ubuntu.com/ForumAmbassadors the other day.
Also, I'd be very interested in one for -doc.
In fact, I'm struggling to think of a single mailing list which wouldn't
benefit from forum input in this way.
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