- Gordon Burgess-Parker <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Wed, 14 Jan 2015 22:18:49 +0000
On 14/01/15 21:49, dave boland wrote:
I'm more than a little frustrated/angry at the support options for LO.
The choice seems to be between:
* A web interface that requires a log on to yet another service I don't
have or want to have.
* A Nabble interface that requires registration and one of those damn
captia codes that NEVER work.
* An e-mail interface that clogs my reader.
Can't we find a way to offer support that is easy and convenient? I get
that new groups are considered old fashioned, but they work very well,
and are easy to use (even by kids on cell phones). Open to suggestions,
but I don't think moving to the next hot thing is the answer unless it
is easy to use. My 2 cents anyway.
There's a twitter account.
Most people under the age of thirty don't know what newsgroups are, or
how to access them.
IMHO there's no point in using obsolete media.
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