Hey,

That sounds like a neat project! Would be something for the RailsGirls
Summer of Code[1]. Would you be interested in pushing this further?

Andy.


[1]: http://railsgirlssummerofcode.org/

Panagiotis Atmatzidis <atma / convalesco.org> writes:

> On 31  2014, at 17:28 , Wayne Brisette <wbrisett / att.net> wrote:
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>> I remember seeing that they wanted to cut the bridge between the two. I just didn't think the forum was where most people went. Guess I was wrong.
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>> Wayne
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> Makes sense, the Forums are closer to web-2.0 than the mailing lists which will probably stop working IMHO at some point in the future. Maybe this could be a nice (Sinatra/Rails/Whatever) project for ruby developers. Trying to build something that is between (or bridges) a modern, lightweight forum with a mailing list or even add more ways of communicating: twitter, blogs, facebook posts... I can't tell much about the quality a 140 chars question but otherwise, would be an interesting project, given the fact that senior contributors seem to notice an important decrease in traffic.
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