Planet KDE posts not about KDE
chealer at gmail.com
Mon Dec 16 04:32:43 GMT 2019
Le 2019-12-10 à 21:55, Martin Klapetek a écrit :
> On Tue, Dec 10, 2019 at 8:01 PM Philippe Cloutier <chealer at gmail.com
> <mailto:chealer at gmail.com>> wrote:
> Le 2019-12-05 à 10:45, Nate Graham a écrit :
> > On 12/5/19 8:01 AM, Dominik Haumann wrote:
> >> On Thu, Dec 5, 2019 at 1:24 PM Eike Hein <hein at kde.org
> <mailto:hein at kde.org>> wrote:
> >>> But they don't, so your calculation is about solving a problem
> >>> doesn't currently exist.
> >> +1
> > +2, let's propose fixing the problem when there actually is a
> > not when we suspect that there might at some future point be a
> > if people don't behave well.
> I'm afraid the problem is already there. The problem starts from the
> moment a member posts an unrelated post, when someone who is not
> interested in it starts reading.
> But how is that problem of the Planet?
Who claimed it was?
> If the reader decides to
> read something, then the reader can't blame the medium for giving
> them the opportunity to read that. It's always up to readers to decide
> whether they want to read something or not. The choice is theirs already.
It may be easier for you to recognize it as a Planet problem to think
about the opposite effect: people not reading Planet because they choose
to invest their time elsewhere.
By the way, I was once a Planet KDE reader, though if I remember
correctly, I stopped reading when I stopped using Akregator, not because
I found the signal-to-noise ratio insufficient.
But denying the problem or blaming it on others won't help. Making the
existing compromise discoverable is constructive. We can go further
identifying and implementing actual solutions.
> Martin Klapetek
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