As a side note, Python has also opened a Discourse instance (in addition to their Zulip experiment), and the results have pretty much been positive. I've also been on Fedora's for quite some time, and it's great.
On Wed, Feb 6, 2019 at 5:46 AM Emmanuele Bassi via gtk-devel-list < firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > [Cross-posted to various relevant mailing lists; please, reply to > gtk-devel-list] > > As part of an attempt at making GTK more friendly to newcomers, I and > other core developers were thinking of moving the mailing lists from the > current mailman installation to Discourse: > > https://discourse.org/ > > Possibly still hosted on GNOME infrastructure, depending on the > requirements for our sysadmins. > > The GTK project would have various sub-topics, mostly around development > with and of GTK. Having a better archive search, a better moderation > system, and a decent web UI are the major selling points for switching to > Discourse. The fact that the project is also open source is neatly aligned > with our values. > > Are there any objections? Did somebody already try out Discourse and has > opinions about it that they want to share with the community? > > Ciao, > Emmanuele. > -- > https://www.bassi.io > [@] ebassi [@gmail.com] > _______________________________________________ > gtk-devel-list mailing list > email@example.com > https://mail.gnome.org/mailman/listinfo/gtk-devel-list > -- Ryan (ライアン) Yoko Shimomura, ryo (supercell/EGOIST), Hiroyuki Sawano >> everyone else https://refi64.com/
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