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Re: [libreoffice-design] Topic for design team to investigate: Content hosting consolidation on ask.libreoffice.org


On Fri, Oct 12, 2018 at 09:48:35PM +0000, toki wrote:
> Until/unless the search function on ask.libreoffice is fixed, migrating
> there is going to ensure that absolutely, positively ensure that nobody
> will ever find the extension that they are looking for.

That is not really an argument against _evaluating_ AskBot as a platform.
Evaluating means looking into what can be done with a platform and what the
challenges are.

Beyond that, I have to say I am not too surprised that finding something in
Askbots 29000 entries is task a bit harder than finding a template in the ...
twelve[1] templates hosted on the extensions website.

Proper tagging (which can be done programmatically) should make twelve
templates searchable with AskBot even if it misses things sometimes with 29000
other entries.



[1] "Currently there are 12 LibreOffice template project(s) with 20 release(s) available."

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