New Ubuntu community hub and Xubuntu
smd.seandavis at gmail.com
Wed Oct 4 12:08:05 UTC 2017
What level of moderation is available here? Would we use this primarily as
a bulletin board or would we have some feedback loop? Sorry if some of this
is obvious, but I haven't used Discourse in the past and don't know how
much of this is structured.
On Wed, Oct 4, 2017, 7:10 AM flocculant <flocculant at gmx.co.uk> wrote:
> On 04/10/17 11:41, Pasi Lallinaho wrote:
> > Hello people (CC: Alan Pope),
> > a new Ubuntu community hub  has been launched . Flavors are not
> > listed (yet), but after a quick talk with Alan, he promised us we
> > could get involved pretty much any way we want, as long as allowed by
> > the software – Discourse.
> > My gut feeling was that flavors – or at least we – would likely want a
> > separate category (possibly one main category for flavors, then a
> > subcategory for each opt-in flavor) rather than sending our stuff to
> > the generic categories.
> > My questions for you are:
> > – Where would you like to see Xubuntu appear in the community hub, if
> > anywhere?
> > – What kind of content do you think we should be submitting there?
> > Cheers,
> > Pasi
> >  https://community.ubuntu.com/
> >  https://popey.com/blog/posts/new-ubuntu-community-hub-launched.html
> I'd guess that if we bothered then we should discuss with the other
> flavours what the general 'flavour' consensus is outside of Ubuntu. If
> there were categories for each I suspect that 'Ubuntu' won't like as it
> would be too cluttered ...
> As far as what content - can't really see the point given we've got
> x.org/google/fb/twitter - what would 'you' envisage being here and not
> in other places?
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