On 09/26/2011 11:02 AM, Ken Springer wrote:
Some people would prefer using a web based system for lists than an
email based system. Some people do not want to have emails sent to them
for "error" topics and "how to" topics that they have no interest in. I
think we had a few people leave the list because of the volume of emails.
On 9/25/11 8:33 PM, drew wrote:
Finally - I suppose the other option is to stop using Nabble..and if
anyone thinks that is the right course of action, now is a good time to
bring it up?
I don't use it, but I don't want it to go away.
LO is the only place on the web that has it's help system set up the
way I would design on. A discussion on this would be off topic, I
think, so I'll go no further. :-)
So we need to have some system that people can read, and maybe reply to,
threads that have subjects that have interest to their needs. If not
Nabble, some other type of web/browser-based service.
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