OK, the forum is coming..
ortwin at gmail.com
Tue Jul 24 23:50:08 CEST 2007
On 7/24/07, Gerald A <geraldablists at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 7/24/07, Richard Reichenbacher <richard5 at email.arizona.edu> wrote:
> > If they were interested in developing, they would follow the wiki as it
> > is the
> > only source for finding development specs, cvs links, walkthroughs, etc.
> Flaw in your logic: One has to "post" to the wiki to follow it. I'm very
> sure you
> can follow a wiki and never post to it. So, your stats conclusions are on
> That's a pretty large amount of people that are going to want help
> > building
> > openmoko and flashing it to the phone. I think a forum is a good idea
> > for
> > now if anytime. If we can show that there is a great support base
> > available
> > for the phone this early on we can draw a much larger fan base later on.
> I think the idea is to get info out, in an easy to maintain way to as many
> as possible.
> I despise forums. Some products require you to use them, so I have to.
> There are others that
> feel this same way.
> Some despise mailing lists. C'est la vie.
> I think the best thing would be to work on a way in which both groups
> could be
> happy. A gateway between the mailing list and a forum might be the best of
> worlds. Then again, maybe not. But it's something that we should be
> talking about,
> rather then having a religious debate about forum vs. list.
> OpenMoko community mailing list
> community at lists.openmoko.org
A gateway would not work. Forums and mailing lists are two quite different
means of communication. In a forum you can edit things, move them, delete
them. Also, discussing in a flat view doesn't only look different, it works
differently. Also, if you connect both, you get all the trash that's ok in a
forum because you can skip it sent to everyone in the mailing list.
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