Indeed Miro, the problem mailing lists have is that they are a bit "old skool"
they send the information out to everyone who subscribed to them (imagine that) and you
can choose to read it or not. However folk are under the impression that if you move to
XYZ platform that magic happens and you suddenly get much more
"discourse"!!!Generally this seem s the opposite and they then die on the vine
because people cant be arsed to move to the platform XYZ and this is their chance to leave
I must say I joined the list under the impression I would contribute an article or two
however I find many times more emails navel gazing about stuff like this rather than
constructive talk. This is to the extent I've largely stopped reading all the mail,
I'm assuming this is counter to the aim!JA
----- Forwarded message ----- From: Miro Hrončok <mhroncok(a)redhat.com>To:
Wednesday, 3 June 2020, 13:40:21 BSTSubject: Re: What if we moved to Discourse?
On 27. 05. 20 16:08, Adam Samalik wrote:
What do people think?
I am subscribed on this list and I occasionally scan the subjects with my eyes
here for anything interesting and/or Python related.
If this moves to Discourse I will stop doing that. That is obviously not a big
deal breaker, but I just wanted to let you know about this -- I assume I am not
the only one of the Fedora contributors who prefer to use a mailing list.
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