> gouessej wrote
> I don't think it would be decisive to spread the platform but I don't
> disagree with other arguments. However:
> - How would we migrate from Nabble without breaking the permalinks?
> - Who would do the install and the migration?
> - Is it worth the effort? There are less than ten people frequently
> posting here.
> 1) I dont know, we will figure it out if possible and if yes, how
> 2) I can do a preliminary test, installing it in a test scenario and checking
> how is running, then if everything looks fine, migrate definitely
> 3) Look goussej, the problem of having few people might also come from the
> poor usability of the forum and the a-little-confusing website. So to answer
> this, for a very short term no, it is not worth. For a long term, yes.
> Anyway I would do it with pleasure, I took already a look at the installation,
> it seems relatively easy and fast. What it takes more is the customization and
> Obviously my 2 cents :)
All good, and thx for your thoughts.
We discussed this month ago, i.e. hosting a forum/mailinglist
on jogamp.org directly.
And yes, we go stuck in importing it.
Mark Raynsford did some digging already, i.e. patching the nabble DB,
which we put in hold due to resources.
I invite Mark to rejoin this discussion.
For me personally, I only use this forum via its mailinglist feature,
i.e. I only see and reply posts as email - yes, me an old dog :)
So for me: whatever flies with importing nabble emails,
but I want my plain old mailinglist/email 'frontend'.