[Nitro] [BUG] Error creating ticket on nitroproject.org
dan at tastapod.com
Wed Jan 17 14:41:38 EST 2007
The most important feature for me is the movies. I keep telling people
about nitro and then they go to the site and find the famous (error)
page. And then they ask me if the site is written with nitro and then
they laugh and call me names.
But then they do that anyway...
Malte Milatz wrote:
> Jonathan Buch:
>> On Mon, 15 Jan 2007 19:33:22 +0100, Joshua Hoke <nitro at tap.homeip.net> wrote:
>>> It looks like someone else also ran into various problems, and made a
>>> page about it on the Wiki here:
>> haha, lovely. :D (actually no, but you get the drift :P)
>> Generally it is most beneficial to post errors, bug reports and so on here
>> on the mailing list where it has the broadest audience. This could maybe
>> mentioned on the tickets page... but then, what's the use of it. :P
>> Just thinking aloud, more ideas?
> My vote would be for trashing anything on the website which is not
> useful documentation, redirecting anyone to the mailing list and its
> archives for more information. The wiki and the ticket tracker may be
> archived, but right now they really are not usable as active information
> resources. I suppose that people look for or need to be informed about
> 1. up-to-date online rdocs,
> 2. what Nitro is (introductory sentences),
> 3. library downloads,
> 4. the repository URL,
> 5. mailing list / IRC channel,
> 6. whatever important thing I've forgotten in this quick list.
> Only the first and the third item of this list receive the prominence
> they deserve on the Nitro home page. Especially people looking for (2)
> can be easily scared off by malfunctioning hyperlinks.
> So long, Malte
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