[Freeswitch-users] Get on IRC day!!
gservat at gmail.com
Sat Oct 9 16:39:38 PDT 2010
Just like Michael said, if someone wants to set-up a forum and maintain, go
for it. An attempt has been made and it failed miserably, yet people
continue to ask for forums.
On Sun, Oct 10, 2010 at 7:54 AM, Anthony Minessale <
anthony.minessale at gmail.com> wrote:
> The irony is with every new graduating class of FS users we repeat this
> discussion about how much the mailing list sucks VIA the mailing list!! =p
> We are always open to suggestions but as always only suggestions that come
> with action since we are already overloaded with what we are currently doing
> on a daily basis.
> Keep up the discussion but keep it positive......
> On Oct 9, 2010 9:27 AM, "humbr" <gerrit308 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > The Nabble thing is working fine for me, in fact it is why I am still
> able to
> > get answers. I won't deal with the flood of emails from a pure mailing
> > Nabble is to me a decent bridge between those wanting a Forum and the
> > reality of there not being one. IRC, well it depends who happens to be on
> > when you need help. Sometimes you win, sometimes you don't :-) Don't
> > try again.
> > As a long time computer user/coder/designer/hw fixer (wrote my first
> > for an NCR315 in 1965 while in high school!) I am disturbed over the last
> > years to see the sheer laziness of people. With the www that has become
> > worse. Everyone wants an instant solution to a complex problem,
> > with no effort on their part.
> > My reco is to provide an answer with an example or a link when possible.
> > if you want to search for similar FS issues to your own, get on Nabble.
> > I bought the eBook. Love it. Thank you.
> > (FS on Dockstar with OpenWRT, awesome!!!!)
> > --
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