david at boddie.org.uk
Fri Apr 9 22:16:09 BST 2010
On Thu, 8 Apr 2010 14:04:20 +0200, Francesco Biccari wrote:
> I have been in this mailing list for few days, however I noticed that
> a mailing list
> is very inefficient.
I disagree. However, different people prefer different ways of communicating
so there's nothing wrong with using a forum.
> I think that a forum is the rigth answer.
> It is much more simpler to search for an already discussed problem
> (see the "crash on exit"
> of these days).
I usually search the mailing list archives with Google, restricting the
search to URLs that correspond to pages on the Riverbank Computing site:
> A simple forum, with few sections (PyQt installation, PyQt programming
> questions, Eric, et similia).
If you want to use a forum for this, can I suggest that you talk to the
QtCentre people and ask them if they can add forums for these topics?
It would be better than starting a new site just for a forum.
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