* Is it possible to use standard email tools with Discourse? Last time I
was hearing about it, I thought it was.
* Was the problem with issues in Taiga the complexity? I looked at the
module for issues today and didn't think it compared so poorly with Pagure
in that respect. But there may have been other factors too.
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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