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Ed Phillips
Messages to the mailing list appear to be getting delayed sometimes.  I
just received a bunch that were delayed.

An example is attached below... delayed over a month?!?!?

Ed Phillips <[hidden email]> University of Delaware (302) 831-6082
Systems Programmer IV, Network and Systems Services

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How does your code look like? How about alpha? Did you try to change the stencil or depth to fewer
bits?
Even in a RGB444 mode, the colors shouldn't look like that. I mean, no red instead of green.

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Re: Mailing list delays

Ryan C. Gordon

> An example is attached below... delayed over a month?!?!?

I'm starting to think we should hook this up to Discourse and dump the
current system, then we'd have a modern thing that functions both as a
web forum and a mailing list.

http://www.discourse.org/

--ryan.



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Re: Mailing list delays

Alex Barry
I second this idea.

On Jan 6, 2017 7:56 PM, "Ryan C. Gordon" <[hidden email]> wrote:

An example is attached below... delayed over a month?!?!?

I'm starting to think we should hook this up to Discourse and dump the current system, then we'd have a modern thing that functions both as a web forum and a mailing list.

http://www.discourse.org/

--ryan.



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Re: Mailing list delays

Todd Rovito
+1 not something I know a lot about but it looks like a cool system....

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On Jan 6, 2017, at 8:57 PM, Alex Barry <[hidden email]> wrote:

I second this idea.

On Jan 6, 2017 7:56 PM, "Ryan C. Gordon" <[hidden email]> wrote:

An example is attached below... delayed over a month?!?!?

I'm starting to think we should hook this up to Discourse and dump the current system, then we'd have a modern thing that functions both as a web forum and a mailing list.

http://www.discourse.org/

--ryan.



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Re: Mailing list delays

Mason Wheeler
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Bad idea!  I'm part of another community that adopted Discourse a few years ago.  It looks cool, but it turned out to be *extremely* buggy, with a toxic development culture that had no interest in fixing them, even to the point of banning some community members for pestering them about bug reports that just weren't getting fixed.  We ended up migrating off of it once that started happening.

Let's please not touch Discourse with even the proverbial 10-foot pole!
Mason


From: Ryan C. Gordon <[hidden email]>
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Subject: Re: [SDL] Mailing list delays


> An example is attached below... delayed over a month?!?!?

I'm starting to think we should hook this up to Discourse and dump the
current system, then we'd have a modern thing that functions both as a
web forum and a mailing list.

http://www.discourse.org/

--ryan.




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Re: Mailing list delays

Sam Lantinga-4
Good to know, thanks!

On Sat, Jan 14, 2017 at 5:08 AM, Mason Wheeler <[hidden email]> wrote:
Bad idea!  I'm part of another community that adopted Discourse a few years ago.  It looks cool, but it turned out to be *extremely* buggy, with a toxic development culture that had no interest in fixing them, even to the point of banning some community members for pestering them about bug reports that just weren't getting fixed.  We ended up migrating off of it once that started happening.

Let's please not touch Discourse with even the proverbial 10-foot pole!
Mason


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Sent: Friday, January 6, 2017 7:56 PM
Subject: Re: [SDL] Mailing list delays


> An example is attached below... delayed over a month?!?!?

I'm starting to think we should hook this up to Discourse and dump the
current system, then we'd have a modern thing that functions both as a
web forum and a mailing list.

http://www.discourse.org/

--ryan.




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