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Improving presentation forum mageia

Postby Amiage » Aug 22nd, '15, 10:44

Hello,

I m french I do not speak English.
my messages are translated with google translation.

From time to time, I just watch the English forum.
and I find it a little sad, and not very appealing.

A suggestion.
Broken down into subcategories mutual aid.
so users can easily find a solution to their problem by browsing through the categories, find ideas for games ....



As is done, for example the French forum.
http://www.mageialinux-online.org/forum/index.php

"
OPERATION AND ASSISTANCE
General Support
Sub-Forums: Installation and configuration, wireless Internet network, graphics cards and webcams, sound cards and audio devices, scanners Printers and Cameras, Other Equipment Devices


Software
Sub-Forums Office, Internet Software, Photo Graphics and Video, Music MAO Speech, Virtualization and Emulation, Games and Steam platform, Other software


Graphics Environments
Sub-Forums: KDE, GNOME, XFCE, Cinnamon, MATE, Other environments "


example:
Here would this give in section games,
http://www.mageialinux-online.org/forum ... -steam.php
https://translate.googleusercontent.com ... QMhuWVzHEQ

There are not as problems. There are also suggestions.

The forum and its image is very important. It is the image of the community.
It's more attractive, more users come, and therefore potentially more contributors.

Here is my suggestion. It's easy to say, maybe not to do?

Thank you to the English community for his involvement.
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Re: Improving presentation forum mageia

Postby Amiage » May 5th, '20, 19:18

up !
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Re: Improving presentation forum mageia

Postby doktor5000 » May 5th, '20, 22:31

To be honest, I don't think that simply rearranging the subforums or adding some subforums will change the participation in the forum in any way.
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Re: Improving presentation forum mageia

Postby Amiage » May 8th, '20, 11:40

eh bien, sur le forum francophone, cela y a contribué.
En le rendant agréable à parcourir,
celà permet aussi de lancer des sujets qui parlent du libre en général,
de discuter,
et celà attire et maintien les participants.
Plus il y a d'échanges, alors plus il y a de vie, d'astuces de partagées, de bugs corrigés, de propositions ...
celà ne coute rien d'éssayer ?
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well, on the French-speaking forum, that contributed to it.
By making it fun to browse,
it also allows you to launch topics that talk about free software in general,
to talk,
and that attracts and retains the participants.
The more exchanges, then the more life, sharing tips, fixed bugs, proposals ...
it costs nothing to try?
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Re: Improving presentation forum mageia

Postby Amiage » May 8th, '20, 11:42

le forum anglais est très important. C'est l'ouverture de google sur le monde

the English forum is very important. It's the opening of google to the world
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Re: Improving presentation forum mageia

Postby doktor5000 » May 8th, '20, 17:31

Can you please post a list of subforums that you would like to see added, including a description for each?
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