OK, the forum is coming..
Dean at cognation.net
Sat Jul 21 21:00:33 CEST 2007
Howard forums rock - so definitely a good location for it.
No offence to the OpenMoko guys but if it was important and they were
going to put up a forum then should have been done a while ago.
Cognation Pty Ltd
dean at cognation.net
+61-2-9016-5642 (Sydney in-dial).
From: community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org
[mailto:community-bounces at lists.openmoko.org] On Behalf Of Adam
Sent: Saturday, 21 July 2007 2:38 PM
Subject: Re: OK, the forum is coming..
Werner hinted at an official forums.openmoko.org. If people would just
want something temporary, I could probably get an FIC or Linux subform
created at http://www.howardforums.com/ (500,000 members). There are
developers and network engineers that post there that can result in
great threads; however, as a warning the overall userbase has become
younger over the years. Regardless of age, I have not found a better
user resource if you want to do anything with a phone. I'm amazed at
what people can create to get around current carrier restrictions.
Valerio Bruno wrote:
> i'm tired to read discussion about forum is good or bad.
> i think is good:
> - can be a central point for new users (users NOT developers)
> - following a thread in a forum it's a lot simpler
> - it can have email notification for reply
> - could be a central point for developers too!
> - other motivations said by other people..
> So i'm going to create a forum.
> Now, i can set up the forum but i'd need people who want to moderate,
> and some graphics suggestions.
> Do you prefer phpBB or Invision ? personally i prefer the former.
> If anyone is doing/wants to do the same thing, please advice me (in ml
> or private address); otherwise, who loves forum follows me. i'll wait
> some days before start.
> Valerio, Italy
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