[Twisted-Python] Forum vs. mailing list

Mary Gardiner mary-twisted at puzzling.org
Sat Nov 15 04:29:57 EST 2003

On Sat, Nov 15, 2003, Glyph Lefkowitz wrote:
> On Nov 14, 2003, at 4:01 PM, Clark C. Evans wrote:
> >A forum does not solve the core issue of organizing information
> >into a clear hierarchy of topics, filtering relevant questions
> >and answers, and a whole host of other items.  While a Wiki or
> >a Forum could be useful, it will only work if there are several
> >people who care about its structure, moderate it, and work
> >hard to make the information useful.   Other than that, threaded
> >email works just as well.
> This brings up a sore point yet again - we need a documentation editor. 
>  Any volunteers? :)

I'm still willing to do this, as per the mail here:

The four weeks has passed too. I'm not sure whether you were looking for
someone who has previously been involved in Twisted development though.

I'll have a look at the documentation and see what I think of it I
guess (I haven't read all of Twisted's documentation).


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