[Mono-dev] Forums added to Mono Website
"Andrés G. Aragoneses"
knocte at gmail.com
Tue May 20 02:25:39 EDT 2008
> Web-based forums for Mono discussions have been added at
> As you know, most active Mono community members participate in on-line
> discussions through our mailing lists; however, many Mono users have
> expressed a preference for web forums based discussions.
> In order to address this demand for an official forums for Mono, while
> keeping the community engaged in our mailing lists, we have embedded
> nabble.com into our site to create a bridge between the two groups. So, you
> can now use whichever method you prefer participate in the community.
> In order to post through the web interface, you will need to have a Nabble
> account. If you are already subscribed to this and/or other mailing lists,
> it would be preferable to register your Nabble account with your subscribed
> address. Alternatively, if you decide to create your account under a
> different address, you also have the option to modify your Nabble account
> settings to link in your other address(es).
This is great news!
Just a question and a suggestion:
- Does the integration effort include any open source code that we can
reuse? (Sorry if I'm missing the point, I don't know how Nabble works.)
I ask it because I only know other alternative for doing this type of
synchronization, and I'd love to know another one (and more points if
- I would add some more forums to the system: the Gendarme mailing-list,
and the Banshee mailing-list (well, this one is not Mono itself, but I
think they have forums that are not synchronized, so maybe it's
interesting for them to switch and start using this).
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