Where to put your "suggestions"
coryisatm at nc.rr.com
Tue Jan 29 22:03:29 GMT 2008
hollunder at gmx.at wrote:
> On Tue, 29 Jan 2008 11:53:11 -0500
> "Cory K." <coryisatm at nc.rr.com> wrote:
>> To properly get your ideas suggestions addressed the -devel list is
>> the best place as not everyone on the team is on the users list and or
>> prioritize the emails from -devel lists and get to those 1st.
>> Suggestions will most often become reality when someone can handle it
>> themselves and we are certainly open to helping along those rare
>> people who can commit.
>> Just a FYI
> Hey Cory,
> since it should be the users and not the developers who write and use
> the documentation
Try telling that to most. We get bitched at so much about it. We don't
have time to do it all but would love to. :P I LOVE writing personally.
I do all our wiki work.
> and I got enormous feedback when I posted it to the
> devel list I think the user list might be the better place nevertheless.
Well some things are good to do both but this post was a general one to
let people know the sure-fire way to make sure the team sees an idea and
to post here. Thats all.
> I also guess that there are far more users on the user list than on the
> devel list, and this way it should address more people who should get
> their asses up.
Sure. Hence some cross-posting but apparently it's not "my" (reference
from dumb flame posts) list and its just for users. Maybe I'll just
unsubscribe from the -users list ant further the perceived divide
between users and developers? :)
I'm so a user its not even funny. I just have some say in what goes on. :P
> Yeah, it looks like it really needs a little flame, let's see how long
> it lasts.
> Best regards
I suspect not long. People like to argue but rarely step up to do
anything. Sad fact. People just don't like to hear it and I don't mind
saying it. Oh well.
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