I'm conflicted. Discourse is used by quite a few open-source projects and
is very easy to use. It's easier to use than the mailing list and it is
easier to search.
On the other hand, the mailing list has a certain charm to it.
Overall, it would be good to consolidate the places that writers and
editors have to look at.
On Wed, May 27, 2020 at 10:15 AM Adam Samalik <asamalik(a)redhat.com> wrote:
What if we moved to Discourse ?
We touched this during today's meeting  towards the end.
Right now we have various things in three different places:
1/ This mailing list for general discussion
2/ Pagure repository  for article proposals and discussion around those
3/ Taiga board  to track the editorial workflow
Discourse would replace this mailing list and the Pagure repository, so
we'd have one place to discuss anything. And unlike a mailing list, we
could link to individual threads easily, new members could join us and see
all the previous discussions, etc.
I especially like this for article proposals. More people would be able to
see them and comment on them, and after a proposal gets approved we could
easily link the thread from the Taiga card.
Back in 2017-1018, the Forman community did a similar move   and
their engagement doubled. But it's a different community and a few years
back, so it doesn't promise anything to us. But I still find it
What do people think?
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