[Snort-sigs] [Snort-devel] I need some opinions
l0rdch0de1m0rt at ...2420...
Mon Dec 6 09:43:55 EST 2010
So C is cool but the poll seems flawed ... how can I vote for a hybrid
but not support whoring myself out to Google? (Yes, I know Sourcefire
already uses Google for their email but that doesn't make it right.)
On Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 7:47 AM, Joel Esler <jesler at ...435...> wrote:
> Thanks all for writing me offline, put please vote here:
> On Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 8:42 AM, Andres Carrera Rivera
> <protoss_black88 at ...12...> wrote:
>> I vote for C
>> C) Unify the two: This method involves making the forums and the
>> mailing lists one thing. Where you post to the forum with your mail
>> client, or if someone answers online in the forum, the answer is
>> emailed to you.
>> It's better just have the whole information in one place,
>> and that could reduce duplicate themes and solutions..
>> also there is google code, a repository where you can upload any helpful
>> Abdon Carrera
>> On 12/6/2010 8:35 AM, Joel Esler wrote:
>>> Hey Community, it's time for your opinions.
>>> Many of us in the Snort community like the mailing lists, however,
>>> there is another portion of the Snort community that don't. Those
>>> people are using the forums at http://forums.snort.org.
>>> Since we started the forums, there has been a sharp decline in the
>>> amount of posts to the mailing lists (what I consider to be the
>>> knowledge base of Snort). As evidenced by the numbers here:
>>> So, in an attempt to unify the community into one place, and stop the
>>> fragmentation of the knowledge base, I've thought of a few solutions:
>>> A) Kill the forums: This method is basically a nuke of the forums.
>>> The problem with this is many people prefer to use the forums as
>>> opposed to the mailing list, however, a lot of the people that provide
>>> answers and valuable insight into Snort and it's related tools don't
>>> rely on the forums.
>>> B) Kill the mailing lists: This method, I think, is silly, and
>>> shouldn't even be considered.
>>> C) Unify the two: This method involves making the forums and the
>>> mailing lists one thing. Where you post to the forum with your mail
>>> client, or if someone answers online in the forum, the answer is
>>> emailed to you.
>>> Personally I would like to go to C. This gets the entire community in
>>> one place (unifying the mailing lists and the forums). I thought
>>> about how to do this on our own (custom code, etc) and I also thought
>>> about Google Groups.
>>> Google Groups is not only free, cloud hosted, but solves our problems
>>> all at once, however, some people may have reservations about Google
>>> So I'd like to use a poll to hear from you. I want to hear your opinions.
>>> Please go here and vote:
>>> If you have another idea, please email me and let me know! Thanks.
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