I do think this list is meant to be mostly about the mechanical details of development, and any topics that would be of interest to actual users is meant to go on the users list.
The fact that there is no documentation that might have told you this is actually intentional. It's to help get you ready to read the proton code. :-) ----- Original Message ----- > Troy, > > I monitor both this discussion (proton) list and the users. > > It is true there is more going on in the users discussion list. I tend to > post to the users list because a lot of times discussion items posted here > (proton) are just not picked here as readily as on users. > > I agree with your general assessment. It does pose the question "When is it > appropriate to post to this discussion list?" > > Paul Flores > > > ________________________________________ > From: Troy Daniels [troy.dani...@stresearch.com] > Sent: Wednesday, March 23, 2016 10:02 AM > To: email@example.com > Subject: Does anyone read this list? > > It seems like there are two types of posts to this list: automated posts when > there is an commit to version control, and initial questions from new users. > There does not seem to be discussion or answers to questions. > > It seems like I should unsubscribe and find a different forum for my > questions. Is that an accurate assessment? > > Troy