[Comm-en] Re: About forum
siver at sirius.ihep.su
Wed Dec 22 15:35:26 MSK 2004
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> Date: Wed, 22 Dec 2004 09:54:37 +0200
> From: Michael Shigorin <mike at osdn.org.ua>
> Subject: Re: [Comm-en] About forum
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> On Wed, Dec 22, 2004 at 10:31:18AM +0300, Siver Andrey wrote:
> > Is there any forum concerning ALT Linux specific questions?
> None really known. It's a regularly demanded topic but so far
> only one occasion of a person agile enough not only to create,
> but to maintain the forum (and that was intended as a FAQ
> storage, not really as a forum) -- but that forum ceased to
Yes, I know. That's why I'd up this question.
I'm not sure whether we should continue this talk in English (may be in
Russian in some other places would be better).
> > I noticed that traffic from discussion mail-lists is too high;
> > I did not recieve answers on my questions and do not interest
> > in the most of the messages.
> More focused answers can be obtained from paid technical support,
> you know, community isn't when you ask your questions, get your
> personalized answers in a minute and are not willing to help back.
When I ask some questions in forums for programmers (forum.vingrad.ru for
example) I recieve answers in one or two hours (and at least in a day for
very specific questions). That's because: (1) my questions occur in proper
places; (2) there are many people there.
As to pay. I think that some of my question would be more helpful for
developers (as a feedback) then for me or for our group.
It's not difficult at all to organize forum. There are many linux forums so
it's enoght to coordinate efforts.
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