composed on 2019-02-07 02:54 (UTC+0200):

>> We already looked at Hyperkitty, and found it fairly limited in
>> functionality. Avoiding Hyperkitty is what led us to Discourse in the
>> first place.

> Can you link that discussion please? I'm interested what newcomers want 
> to do such that Hyperkitty doesn't let. Negatives of Discourse: loads 
> slower, broken without evergreen CSS and JS, huge blank margins. Fedora 
> uses Hyperkitty on its other, non-Silverblue lists.

Hyperkitty made Fedora mailing lists a displeasure, like most of the rest of 
the web, scripts
hiding things that previously were obvious and made inaccessible without 
scripting overhead
enabled, overabundant whitespace, tiny gray text, short lists where 5X as many 
would otherwise fit.
I avoid it as much as possible, trying to get answers from 
or IRC or the
archlinux wiki whenever possible instead.
Evolution as taught in public schools is religion, not science.

 Team OS/2 ** Reg. Linux User #211409 ** a11y rocks!

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