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Old 14th March 2004, 11:28 AM
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Tux, you still planning on implementing RSS feeds? This would be a great idea.
I too, would like to see this on my desktop! Gdesklets with a fedoraforum RSS feed plugin.... perfect.
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Old 15th March 2004, 12:01 AM
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Even more possibilities for spamming.
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Old 15th March 2004, 06:44 AM
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LOL. The more the better I say!
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okay, i got 2 things to do now.

1. Implement Re-open (Un Resolved)
2. RSS
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I do feel guilty about your work load.
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Old 15th March 2004, 08:06 AM
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Poor Tux.

Just be thankful that you don't maintain a Bugzilla.

That's all I have to say about workload. :-)

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Leave the poor overworked server monkey alone ok guys. sheesh..
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At the moment it seems that this forum is perfoming pritty well. The only negative thing is that we have to wait too long to get our answers.

Therefore I wish there were some experts in this forum who are refreshing the forum first page ALL the time and waiting for problems they can solve. Now I understand why you were talking about RSS.


But I think that it is all behind the time. The more people will join this forum the less time we have to wait that our problems will be (re)solved.

I have one question as well. I am a little bit curious and I would like know what is the approximate time you see in your eyes one answer should be (re)solved?
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Personally, considering the resources we have to hand, i think that overall response times are good. Especially if you were to compare us, to another site with a Fedora Forum or the time it can take to get an answer on a mailing list.

I think the question is not to do with how long you have to wait (patience is a virtue and its never longer than a day) but rather the quality of the answer.
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OK, I have to agree that response times are actually good. Linux is too specific, i see. In other computer related forums I can get answers much quicker and it seems that it affected me too much saying those words. So I apologize for that. I overkilled a bit.

But I feel that more and more people are going to use Linux and in the new future there will be much much more people using Linux.

But the quality of answers is really important and it is more than good at the moment in my oppinion.

So I apologize again, everything is all right. Never mind those words. Dreams.
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Don't worry about it, its just a general point.

But yes, more users will make it easier and quicker to get help.
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What I have noticed though is that sometimes more users = bad. As sometimes the really hard questions get pushed off the front page really quickly by the easy ones and hence are never heard from again. ahem linuxquestions.org?
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But then its the responsibility of the experienced members of the forum, to make sure those posts can answered.
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