[Koha] Forum board
rick at praxis.com.au
Thu Mar 6 13:37:09 NZDT 2008
Christopher L Middleman wrote:
> I have been on the mailing list for a while and it has it good points
> but I was wondering if maybe if it is time to start a forum board
> instead. This way whe could break up information into units such as
> intalling, migration, updating, database, etc. We could further break
> down units like installing into Debian, Ubuntu, Red Hat , 64 bit, etc.
> In each of these sections we could add the latest install walk throughs
> as a sticky at the top. As people ecounter problems they could be
> edited into the install guides. The boards could speed up advice and
> cut down on the amount of mail being sent out.
I am on many mailing lists. To attend to the discussions on those
lists all I have to do several times a day is dip into my mail
I do not in general have time to dip into dozens of fora, and do
not, as a rule. It is far too time consuming to troll through dozens
of sub-fora on many different websites, just so I can answer the odd
question or look for the odd answer.
Mailing lists and fora are completely different beasts and are not
I for one would read a lot less about Koha and its evolution if the
mailing list was replaced by a forum.
Rick Welykochy || Praxis Services || Internet Driving Instructor
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