[owncloud-devel] ownCloud tag on StackOverflow
dev at bernhard-posselt.com
Tue Jul 22 16:54:06 GMT 2014
I think it's important to be where the people are, that is of course if
you want to spread ownCloud to more people.
Regarding the Stackoverflow plattform it's built to solve problems
whereas the forum has become a plattform for rants/trolls, misplaced bug
reports and setup questions (just go through the posts and you'll see
what I mean). Let's say we'd close the forum, rants and bug reports
would not make it onto Stackoverflow (they'd be closed immediately) and
setup questions could profit from the additional tags like apache/nginx
I think its worth considering to close the forum/make it readonly and
focus on IRC, the mailing list and Stackoverflow.
just my thoughts
On 07/22/2014 06:10 PM, Sudhir Khanger wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 22, 2014 at 7:43 PM, Jos Poortvliet <jospoortvliet at gmail.com>
>> On Monday 21 July 2014 19:02:55 Mark Ziegler wrote:
>>> Am 21.07.14 10:17, schrieb Vincent Petry:
>>>> This means that on every platform there should be at least one person
>>>> who is willing to help people, and point people to the bug tracker when
>>>> needed, whenever their problem is a bug and not a support/environment
>>> Hello Vincent,
>>> got your points as well.
>>> One person is not enough for the forum.
>>> We reached an appr. posting rate of 60 postings a day and unfortunately
>>> "owncloud master" Rancor decided to take a break.
>>> So everybody is welcome at the forum.
>> I have added 'answering questions at the forums' to our page about
>> contributing to ownCloud:
>> We'll just have to keep asking people in various places to help out...
>> And you're doing that, Mark, thank you for that!
>>> Devel mailing list
>>> Devel at owncloud.org
>> Devel mailing list
>> Devel at owncloud.org
> There are numerous places to get help but they all seem to be
> underrepresented and I am not complaining but maybe we are spreading it too
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