[ubuntu-uk] What aren't we doing? What should we be doing?

scoundrel50a scoundrel50a at gmail.com
Fri Jun 24 12:13:41 UTC 2011

Ok, sorry, am not sure if we are bottom posting or top posting, its 
appeared both in consecutive e-mails.

That isnt what I was getting at, its kind of missing the point. 
Personally, I wouldnt go any near a list unless somebody was 
recommended. Been stung a few times already........

I am talking about better use of time being spent trying to help on an 
already existing platform....

On 24/06/11 13:09, Alan Bell wrote:
> Just like the Yellow Pages, or any other means of selecting a vendor 
> that does not include a reputation based scoring system. We could 
> build our own vendor catalogue with pre-qualification requirements and 
> a reputation system, but lets use what is already there for now, and 
> if anyone wants to contribute a better system (perhaps tied in with 
> loco.ubuntu.com) then they can go do that.
> Alan
> On 24/06/11 13:01, Laura Czajkowski wrote:
>> The problem with the marketplace imo is you have no idea who is on there
>> yes they could be a company or could be joe smith who is fantastic and
>> fix your computer in 30 mins or they could be someone who has less
>> experience and will rip you off, there is no criteria to be on
>> marketplace at all.
>> Laura

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