A proper official forum such as most modern projects use
(Firefox, Fedora, Ubuntu, Mint and so on and on) would neatly
avoid all sorts of recurring problems.
Are you sure? :-D
100% sure. Mailing lists are perfect for collaboration in teams.
They are totally inadequate for end user support.
I did not intend to reinitiate the old discussion about having
forums or not. I just wanted to express my doubts, that a forum
would <quote>avoid all sorts of recurring problems</quote>.
A forum would certainly not help against people, that manage to
subscribe to a mailinglist, but won´t manage to unsubscribe, for
some unexplainable reason.
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