drslump at drslump.biz
Sat Oct 8 22:55:12 CEST 2005
Geoffrey McCaleb wrote:
> Personally I like phpbb the most, purely because it is so widely used and
> easy to use. Granted, it had some widely publicized vulnerabilities a
> while back, but any application that is so widely used will eventually
> be hacked.
> I know the developers are not the biggest fans of bb's. Fair enough, but
> I can see value in having three elements all working together here:
> 1. Mailing Lists - For immediate communication and development related
> 2. Wiki - Documentation & tracking of new features and 'how to's'
> 3. BB - For support, questions, and general discussion.
> It may seem like too much now, but I think we have all seen applications
> following this sort of model, all very successfully.
I don't think rcube in its current form is ready for the 'general'
public. The project status is marked as Alpha and as so I think it's
better to keep all the discussions on a mailing list for now. After all,
support questions won't have usually a standard answer since many
important things can change from release to release.
Once it reaches a beta status a forum could then be a good place for
non-techy people to find answers.
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