lays.rodrigues at kde.org
Tue Nov 27 16:25:06 GMT 2018
Let's not go in that way.
As a ~new person~ on KDE, 3 years only, we need to move to a modern web. At
least in my point of view, I really think that using old stuff doesn't
attract new people. In that I have a few ideas for some KDE websites go
modern, but that is a project for the future.
Discourse is a way to do that. I don't have much idea on how is the cost to
maintain such an application, but in the field to setup it, I don't
think that is hard since we just need docker and Postgres.
So Ben and other sysadmins,
Ben, you had some concerns that others answered on this thread.
What do you think?
Also, I found this ansible to deploy discourse with and without docker,
that can be a starting point:
Let's think about how this can help all the KDE users, and push our
community forward. If we have old stuff that is hard to maintain, and it is
outdated, we should move forward.
** My opinions can be *simple*, because I think that the *situation* is
simple, also because I may not have a *macro* view of everything**
On Mon, Nov 26, 2018 at 7:04 PM Ingo Klöcker <kloecker at kde.org> wrote:
> On Montag, 26. November 2018 18:03:55 CET Martin Flöser wrote:
> > Am 2018-11-26 09:23, schrieb Ilmari Lauhakangas:
> > > The main problem in any case will be getting enough engagement. I
> > > don't think I have ever received a reply from a KDE developer in the
> > > current forums.
> > And that's good! Do you want that developers spend time answering simple
> > support questions any other user could answer or do you want developers
> > to code? No company would put their expensive developers on the front
> > line for support.
> No company would publish their precious IP (aka source code) as Free
> Luckily, KDE is not a company but a community of people where everybody,
> the most precious developers, can be at the front line for support if they
> want to be there.
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