[MapQuery] Moving MapQuery to a forum?
c.willmes at uni-koeln.de
Sun Jul 3 07:13:48 EDT 2011
there is a service called Nabble, which provides an Forum Interface to
I never set up a nabble account for a mailinglist yet, so I'm not sure
how much administration work is involved with that, but quite some oterh
OSGeo mailinglists are already on nabble:
Maybe we contact Jason Birch for how to go about this (he seems to be
the administrator of the osgeo lists on Nabble)? I could take care of
this if its ok for you?
On 02.07.2011 00:23, Steven Ottens wrote:
> Hi Drew,
> Normally you are able to reply on any mail on a mailing list which you joined, but I'm not sure how one responds to a mail which has been sent before one joined. Since this list is pretty low volume, just copy the topic and if necessary the body of the mail and start a new one.
> I'm curious what you mean with 'I noticed that I am missing discussions on a lot of topics probably due to the settings I applied.', did you join the list and since then missed the discussion?
> On a grander scheme of things; mailinglist are a particular way of communication and it's pretty much forward going: you can only respond to messages which have been sent after you joined (AFAIK). And maybe mailinglists are not anymore the best way of communication since people (like you) want to respond to stuff that has been posted before they joined, since they can read it online. This is an interesting discussion, and one we have to have as FOSS community, but right now I prefer to stick with OSGeo infrastructure for various reasons.
> Regards Steven
> On Jul 1, 2011, at 7:01 PM, Drew Wells wrote:
>> I'm probably a 'newb' at mailing lists, but I'm not finding a way to comment on old archived threads. Is there a plan to move to some sort of forum for discussion?
>> After going through the archives, I noticed that I am missing discussions on a lot of topics probably due to the settings I applied. It would be nice to be able to respond to threads on a site, perhaps google groups?
>> By the way, congrats on the move to Github. I like competition in the market, but Github has a lot of advantages over Gitorious :/
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