[wp-hackers] Lack of code savvy volunteers vs wp-hackers

Computer Guru computerguru at neosmart.net
Sun Nov 26 04:44:04 GMT 2006

Wouldn't work.

As soon as there's more than one page of threads people will stop paging
through them - and it would be no different than the current model. Sure,
the harder questions would be separated, but it does nothing to make people
actually read the back-threads.

Computer Guru
NeoSmart Technologies

> -----Original Message-----
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> bounces at lists.automattic.com] On Behalf Of spencerp
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> Subject: Re: [wp-hackers] Lack of code savvy volunteers vs wp-hackers
> Like I had basically mentioned before, a good while back.. I believe it
> was on the wp-forums list.. Why not make a "WordPress Knowledge Base"
> section... like phpBB did?
> http://www.phpbb.com/kb/categories.php
> Make up a few "forums", that only certain people can access, and answer
> in, maybe... and the mods can relocate such "hard challenging" threads
> into there.. then, some how let only the "coder pros" access it and
> answer the questions.. ?
> At the sametime.. such hard and challenging threads, will be there, to
> view only by normal users.. which IMHO, would be good, so they can go
> there first, hunting an answer to their problems..
> It wouldn't ONLY have to contain the "challenging threads", it could
> also contain the usual repeat question threads like "Oh no, my sidebar
> dropped, what do I do?" Of course, add those types of threads, WITH the
> good answers... I don't know though.. just was suggesting lol..
> spencerp

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