Started by keyrocks, February 01, 2012, 07:32:38 PM
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Quote from: WillyP on February 02, 2012, 01:20:20 PMGood to see you are working on a solution yourself. We don't have an excess of coders here and anytime someone steps up to the plate to help out it's really appreciated. (snip) Keep us posted on your progress with this I am very interested myself.
Quote from: ZarPrime on February 02, 2012, 05:40:49 PMI was going to mention the same thing as WillyP. Nested comments like this are not nearly as popular as they used to be ... (snip) ... My own opinion of nested comments is that I really don't like them because it would allow comments in topics or articles to take off on a tangent that has nothing to do with the original topic or article and most Admins wouldn't like to have this on their sites. It's not that I couldn't get used to it but most of the time you just want your topics and replies to be on the same subject, if you know what I mean.
Quote from: IchBinâ,,¢ on February 02, 2012, 08:19:03 PM- I am pushing at SMF to get the Open Source community mindset to be the way forward.- SMF has fallen behind in the market for many reasons.- The mindset of the team needs to change. And is changing one step at a time. - We are working on getting the customize site to not require approval for mods and themes.- Also, we've recently added a license requirement.- I'm hoping that reviews, ratings etc will help the community (determine if) mods are good or bad.- With the license requirement, hopefully we will see more opportunities to allow others to pick up where a mod left off.
Quote from: bloc on February 02, 2012, 09:01:33 PMSMF has survived, even after a landslide in team members leaving and internal problems. That says something..but its also hurt severely in the public eye. Add to that the increasing use of FB/Google/[insert social site here] and blogs make forums prob. less used now than before. Can it be halted? Don't know, but I think pairing forum with portal/blog/gallery have a bright future, as getting "all the stuff" collected like this does present a good alternative to just moving to Facebook or Google.
Page created in 0.089 seconds with 26 queries.