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2014-09-04 9:53 GMT+02:00 Jean-Baptiste Faure <>:


Le 28/07/2014 23:11, Mirek M. a écrit :
Hi guys,
On our last IRC chat [1], we've decided to try out a different way of
working for a month, until the next chat. One of the major changes we've
decided on is to abandon this mailing list (as a trial) and move our
conversations to Redmine.

Is there a bridge between the Redmine forums and that mailing-list so
that it will be possible to read the forum offline ?

You can get forum activity sent to your e-mail: log into Redmine, click
"Watch" on the forums page, and make sure that, in your Account settings,
you have e-mail notifications for things you watch set.

We don't want to forward things to the mailing list, though, because we
want the conversations to happen in one place and don't want people to
reply on the list.
We're getting rid of the list.

Is there another bridge between Redmine and our Nabble forums ?


Ok, I found the atom RSS flux but it is very hard to follow a discussion
on a forum. No discussion tree, only a time based organization, you do
not know to what message the message you are reading is responding.

Try forwarding the messages to your e-mail as I described above.

Best regards.
JBF who continues to think that forum is a very poor and bad
communication tool.

You should try it. :)

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