On Sun, Nov 21, 2010 at 12:16 AM, Lucas Filho <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
Would not it be better to create a forum where it will discuss marketing
01 - So we have the categories where we publish our doubts;
02 - These were then organized by topic;
03 - Any user can join a class and also of several other of his interest;
04 - We'll have more freedom to insert images, formatting the messages,
links and other resources;
05 - Issues like can be targeted to a specific;
06 - The discussions can be terminated if there is more interest;
07 - Greater control of users (statistics) and in the future greater
spam (if any);
08 - Ability to stop following the discussion in the forum without having
leave the list;
09 - Marketing is marketing, like the subject who want to know everything -
opinion, then the board would give greater freedom for the "knowledge".
If the intention of dividing the messages related to marketing is just to
the flow of them, this prevents a user can view other related activities.
Please consider this possibility.
Totally agree with you Lucas.
We have forums being constructed with the official LibreOffice drupal
website which will also support mailing list interaction.
Can I suggest that until the time we have created the official forums you
try out Nabble:
It is built off the mailing lists so it doesn't have the functionality of a
forum such as rich text and attachments, but it is a good alternative to
make things a little easier.
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