Re: [nbos] [FM] FM8 Techniques Sharing
"Edward Thomas"
Mon Jul 30th, 2007
That's exactly what I was getting at the other day with my question, until I
remembered that there was one. I'm a forum person. I like to be able to go
in and find what I want with a search button really easily. Forums are
"stupid users like me" friendly. I much prefer them to other mediums.

Eddie.

-----Original Message-----
From: nbossoftware-bounces-at-nbos.com [mailto:nbossoftware-bounces-at-nbos.com]
On Behalf Of anon
Sent: Monday, July 30, 2007 1:16 PM
To: nbossoftware-at-nbos.com
Subject: Re: [nbos] [FM] FM8 Techniques Sharing

What I don't get is why the NBOS FM forum isn't
active?

Most other software of this nature that I use has a
searchable forum dedicated to the product and hosted
by the developer. Properly categorised, this should be
all we need?

Why are we messing around with mailing lists?

--- Christopher Rodrigues Macias
<cjrm-at-grapevine.net.au> wrote:

> Hi All,
>
>
>
> Joe Frazier has been reminding us of the value of
> community support in
> learning how to use FM8. The mail list meets this
> need to some extent, as
> people can post questions and get answers, and even
> search the archives.
> However, the list has its limitations. I've been
> mulling over what else we
> might use.
>
>
>
> There was an attempt last year to set-up a 'portal'
> dedicated to all NBOS
> products, but after some initial enthusiasm usage
> rapidly fell off. I think
> the portal concept was perhaps too ambitious, and in
> part was competing for
> people's attention with the mailing list. Perhaps a
> different, more tightly
> focused effort would work.
>
>
>
> I've been playing with using a popular blogging site
> as a way of posting FM8
> techniques. You can see what I've done so far here:
> http://fractalmapper.blogspot.com/.
>
>
>
> Blogger allows group blogging now, so *if* others
> wanted to go down this
> path, it would be easy to add any/all who were
> interested as co-authors to
> this blog.
>
>
>
> Thoughts? Other options? In theory a wiki might be
> more appropriate, but my
> impression is that free blogging tools have more
> advanced features and
> better usability than the free wikis I've been able
> to locate. Do any of you
> want me to add you as an author on this blog so you
> can play with it?
>
>
>
> Cheers,
>
> Christopher
>
>
>
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>

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