2018-03-08 7:24 GMT+01:00 deoren
<rsyslog-users-lists.adiscon....@whyaskwhy.org>:
> On 2/6/2018 1:56 PM, David Lang wrote:
>
> Resurrecting this thread.
>
> Any further thoughts regarding retiring the forums? Are we at a point where
> the rsyslog team would feel comfortable deprecating the forum and suggesting
> that users subscribe to the mailing list, post their question to GitHub or
> use StackOverflow.com?

I admit I do not have the feeling like we got any real consensus
moving towards any other solution. I may be wrong, but my impression
is that there seems to be little desire to change what currently
exists.

Rainer

>
> Perhaps something like (with the wording tweaked/improved):
>
> ===========================
> Thank you for stopping by! The rsyslog forums are being retired in favor of
> other support channels. While the forums will remain online in a read-only
> capacity for the foreseeable future, users are encouraged to use one of the
> following support channels:
>
> * Link to mailing list page here (preferred)
> * Link to GitHub project issues tab here
> * Link to stackoverflow.com rsyslog tag here
>
> While we participate in all of these channels, the mailing list and GitHub
> projects receive the most attention.
> ===========================
>
>
> Regarding the stackoverflow.com rsyslog tag, here is a direct link to those
> Q/A entries :
>
> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/tagged/rsyslog
>
> For what it is worth, that URL also has an Atom feed at the bottom of the
> page:
>
> https://stackoverflow.com/feeds/tag?tagnames=rsyslog&sort=newest
>
> With a tool like rss2email, new questions posted to stackoverflow.com (with
> the rsyslog tag) would result in those questions being fed into this mailing
> list. That said, I understand that having notifications for those SO
> questions go to the list would still require (as David mentioned) the reader
> having to go to SO to interact with the original post/thread/question.
>
> Perhaps if not posted here, those notifications could go to a second list
> that members on this list could opt into receiving. I still consider myself
> a rsyslog newbie, but I would opt-in and answer questions where and when I
> could.
>
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