[Koha] Re: Why No Discussion Forum?
heroxbd at 126.com
Wed Jun 13 12:53:58 NZST 2007
I guess you are using e-mails in a web-based way. Give some Mail User
Agents (e-mail clients) a try, such as Thunderbird or Mutt, you
will find the power of mailing lists:)
But of course, they may take some time to understand how they function.
Bo Schafers wrote:
> I'm a mere newbie here so I apologise for shooting my mouth off
> I'd like to ask the question, why is there no Koha Discussion forum?
> It's standard practice all over the web, a super efficient, proven
> paradigm. Are mail lists not a bit archaic in this day and age? I
> think one of the biggest problems with the current archived list is
> that it's not searchable and that its organisation is just time-based,
> rather than being subject/topic based. I't very time consuming to
> read back through 100's of postings to find out if anything has been
> posted previously on various issues, epecially for newbies.
> Koha's not an easy bit of software, but truly wonderful when its
> up-and-running. It deserves much more exposure. It deserves the best
> possible support forum. I would imagine the vast majority of folks are
> just give up on it after tinkering a bit. And putting out the
> appropriate word-of-mouth 'advertising'...
> If there is a lack someone willing provide the webspace I'd be
> prepared to host 'forum.koa.org'
> Apologies if this has been discussed before.
> Koha mailing list
> Koha at lists.katipo.co.nz
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