[kde-community] stackexange site for krita

Albert Astals Cid aacid at kde.org
Fri Feb 27 00:39:21 UTC 2015


El Dijous, 26 de febrer de 2015, a les 11:56:15, Jaroslaw Staniek va escriure:
> On 26 February 2015 at 10:56, jQM Consultant <jqmconsultant at gmail.com>
> wrote:
> 
> [..]
> 
> > Having a micro-community inside a macro-community will have a negative
> > impact on the micro-community.
> > You won't have your own rules nor will you have your own personality (as a
> > community).
> 
> While we're looking for optimized forum/Q&A experience for
> sub-communities, this reminds me similar question: Krita (or Kexi, for
> the record) forum(s) dive in the large KDE forums family. It's easy to
> get lost. Do you think the above note, usability-wise, also applies to
> forum.kde.org?
> 
> Would own forum instances, still managed by KDE admins, be better?
> 
> More controversial note is also: it's not necessarily natural for
> majority of their non-contributing users (Krita, Kexi) being outside
> of the KDE Plasma orbit, to visit and contribute to "KDE [community]
> forums".  In best case they may see themselves rather as a part of a
> standalone application's community. Just like Angry Birds fans do not
> call themselves iOS/Android community.

Are you saying Kexi users are not smart enough to differentiate subforums in a 
bigger forum?

Do they get confused because the kexi forum is part of a bigger thing?

Honestly I'd say the IQ needed to use Kexi is bigger that the IQ needed to 
understand subforums inside a bigger forum.

Cheers,
  Albert

> 
> (just 2c)




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