Moving our "forum" to Github Discussions
s.molinari last edited by s.molinari
We have opened up Discussions on Github and will slowly but surely be moving the community from here to there (the people, not the posts).
The forum will be open for new topics for about a week, but we’ll be reminding everyone to start asking questions on Github.
After the week, we’ll be closing the forum for new topics. But, we are keeping it open until the end of the year as a resource. At the end of the year, we will more than likely turn the forum off.
We hope to have a better flow of work with your issues and suggestions via Github, as they can be better related to issues for bug fixing and enhancements.
@s-molinari What a pitty!
It was very comfortable place to discuss, in here. I don’t like github for forum porpouses
cary121 last edited by
Thanks a lot soon will shift to Github. Your forum is one of the best forum webs to discuss rather than just an online place full of spammers
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