I’m currently setting a google group, won’t touch nabble. It allows welcome messages,
sticky nodes, and if necessary moderation.
On 22 Jul 2014, at 18:24, Wolfgang Laun <wolfgang.laun(a)gmail.com> wrote:
As long as Nabble is kept out.
Stackoverflow is, at present, quite reasonable, with a high percentage
of what I consider as interesting, i.e., the "hard core" Expert/Fusion
On 22/07/2014, Mark Proctor <mproctor(a)codehaus.org> wrote:
> A while back there was a discussion on the volume of posts and the range of
> post discussions. OptaPlanner already has it's own google group, which has
> helped reduce the volume. There is still the discussion on whether to split
> My initial idea is to leave this list for installation, setup,
> configuration, deployment and getting started (hello world won't run) - this
> tends to be a fairly shallow knowledge area, that new people will need to
> deal with. Then also create a separate google group for those wanting help
> on writing rule applications, that's authoring (drl, score cards, decision
> tables etc) and running (insert, fireAllRules etc); this would become a deep
> knowledge area. In the google group you would not ask how to install the
> workbench, or how to deploy your app, or how to setup HA etc.
> We are about to do 6.1 final. For this we are revamping the websites, and
> sorting out our communications (lists etc) at the same time.