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- Subject: RE: Why doesn't the lua list get replaced with a forum ?
- From: "Thiago Bastos" <tabastos@...>
- Date: Sun, 17 Sep 2006 19:33:40 -0300
Yes I also agree. Forums are harder to maintain and keep-track of (I'm an
administrator of a large forum myself).
But I don't think anyone here needs to worry; I can hardly imagine Roberto
or Luiz using a web-based forum... hehe
PS: I believe the forum would indeed attract much more audience than the
list, but I don't think that would do much good for the project. Something
smaller and more select is certainly fitter.
> Can't help but agree.
> David Given wrote:
> > George Petsagourakis wrote:
> > [...]
> > > Why hasn't there been a forum set up to host all this info and
> > > There are certainly more abilities for the posters and nothing less
> than the
> > > mailing list,..
> > Please, no! No no no no no! Forums are awful --- they're slow, clunky,
> > dreadful from a usability issue, they force your users to go and get the
> > messages rather than delivering them to your users' inboxes...
> > If you absolutely must have a webforum-like interface, then try checking
> > the GMANE gateway to the mailing list:
> > http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.lua.general
> > But please, let's keep the mailing list!
> > --
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