On Mon, Aug 20, 2012 at 3:33 AM, Marc Paré <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi Drew and Florian,
Le 2012-08-19 07:53, Florian Effenberger a écrit :
drew jensen wrote on 2012-08-18 21:10:
OK, I'll recheck the number or views across the lists and calculate a
per annum amount again - will update the board agenda wiki page prior to
the next meeting.
thanks a lot! Best would be if you drop a short note to board-discuss as
well, that'd be appreciated, since I won't make it to the next call.
Is there a way to run our own Nabble server? If I remember correctly, the
use of Nabble was originally just a temporary thing until we got our own
forums up and running.
If this is the case, should we be looking instead at a forums (which we
have already done and chosen two forums to pick from -- phpBB or jforum).
Should we not spend our energy and $$$ on this instead?
Just a quick note on usage numbers - I pulled a set on Sunday, but all that
gives me is a total, which isn't really what we need for this - so I pulled
numbers again today and will do so again this coming weekend I'll put that
all up to the wiki then, to see what current usage level is.
Forums - I think Nabble and BBS style forums actually serve two different
uses (unless there can be tight integration with the mailing lists), not
too mention the ASK libo site which cross cuts as a use case for BBS style
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