[Moin-user] user support suite....

Thomas Waldmann tw-public at gmx.de
Sat Nov 20 11:07:23 EST 2010

Hi George,

> Hi all, I hope this is not taken as inappropriate but I am looking
> for a "forum" software and I wanted the good sense opinion of moin
> users. :)

Well, I personally dislike forums (and mailing lists), because what one
gets is a huge pile of mostly useless or even counterproductive or
clueless posts with some more interesting ones hidden between as a
needle in the haystack, with usually not much means to do any cleanup.

With wikis you can have the same (if noone cares for cleaning up), but
you at least have a means to clean up, if you like.

I see that there is some learning curve for users not used to wikis, but
it is maybe not as much of a problem as it was 5..10y ago, because
nowadays many people have at least used some wiki now and then.

> Basically I need something that your typical phpBB user will be
> able to figure out (not a mailing list) but which is written in
> python. I don't have any leads.


Other than that, try google. :)

> Beautiful is writing same markup. Internet Explorer 9 supports
> standards for HTML5, CSS3, SVG 1.1,  ECMAScript5, and DOM L2 & L3.
> Spend less time writing and  rewriting code and more time creating great
> experiences on the web. Be a part of the beta today
> http://p.sf.net/sfu/msIE9-sfdev2dev

Somehow funny to read Microsoft ADs advertising how great standards
compliance is. And what does "sfu" (see url) mean again? :)



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