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Re: Community discussions


When are we thinking of making this move? Resounding some earlier
skepticism: given how the crypto market is currently, I fear opening it up
to a general audience right now would attract too many "hottest coin of
2018" investor type people, and divert the focus of this community. I agree
the move is a step in the right direction, but there is a time and place
for it.

As long as the current channels aren't hindering to development work,
(personally) I think we can slate this topic until we are closer to having
something that can be publicly released.

On Thu, Jan 11, 2018 at 2:57 PM, Simon B. <simon.bohlin@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> What Yeastplume and Quentin and most everybody else said, plus a vote for
> Discourse if we do add another forum. Or maybe Flarum, given that big pages
> and tor don't go well together (is TorGuard and paying by LN any good? -
> private links/suggestions welcome). But Discourse is really good at roping
> in page readers with the "Enjoying the discussion? Join in 3 flat seconds
> with just 2 clicks."
> I also like how Discourse somehow seems to not fill >50% of the screen
> real estate with stuff that isn't discussion content.
> Sad as it is,
> having it all in one place usually don't work out.
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> When you need to stack, group equal parts together.
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> I won't add any illustration how it looks like when you organize things
> with "everything on top", as your imagination should now already be primed
> to do that illustration for you.
> Enjoy responsibly.
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