[Noisebridge-discuss] noisebridge-discuss: mailing list versus forum system
aestetix at gmail.com
Wed Jan 26 21:41:39 PST 2011
I'd really not rather use something that's not locally hosted. What if their
system had a malfunction and we couldn't get access to troubleshoot it?
Also, global politics aside, I don't like someone who is not a Noisebridger
having the "god key" to enable or disable the entire system.
Further, regardless of the complexity, if we have something local, we can
modify it, and even create new modules and patches for it.
This said, nothing is stopping someone from going and creating one and
getting people to use it.
On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 9:31 PM, Robert Fletcher <lobatifricha at gmail.com>wrote:
> Google groups provides both functions. I presume we have reasons for not
> using them, but it's food for thought in terms of how it can be done well.
> On Wed, Jan 26, 2011 at 9:28 PM, Glen Jarvis <glen at glenjarvis.com> wrote:
>> So my question is: why doesn't noisebridge consider a forum system
>>> versus a mailinglist system?
>> Set up a forum. It's a doacracy (and easy software to install) :)
>> I don't think it will be used, however. :( I know that, for me, even
>> though its less logical, I want the mail to come to me in my inbox instead
>> of having me to go out and find it in a forum. Logical or not, it's what's
>> comfortable for me and my habits. I think it may be the same for others.
>> But, I could be wrong. The nice thing about this is -- set one up. If
>> people use it, great -- you'll have fixed an obvious problem and be our
>> If people don't, well, the forums will die a slow death and we'll still be
>> sending a crap-load of emails back and forth to each other :)
>> Things which matter most must never be at the mercy of things which matter
>> -- Goethe
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