Why don't we just setup a forum forum
I think it might be benifitial to setup a regular forum in regards to this simply because there ideas could be tested, debated and brought to bear in a much more user friendly envirnoment at the same time, index's could help build a user knowledge base for when the g+rssfeeds themselves need to have this knowledge base for their users. Just an idea, I can setup something on my server easy enough, just I'be be glad to send you a list of supported software's that are all ready for this. If you want, just give me a hollar which is best to do on google chat email@example.com I'd be glad to host you guys, I just need to know the type of resources we're looking at is all. It would probably be a great 'interm' solution untill after you can go public and make it on your own. Unlimited bandwidth is on my hosting accounts. but it's shared system. let me know
gosh, I just tried to join, even using seperate browsers, and I'm getting a 404 error :\
googly googled out <G> maybe they are removing their java hahahaha!! Laughing because we deleted java a few months ago because of this issue.
Thanks Elaine... just did that:
Feel free to join!
Actually, Now, we could just set up a Community, it is quite easy, you can have different categories on the left hand menu which include various messages and threading of within the categories.
I like communities. They are Sweet!
Because Google Translate also create strange translations :-)
If the system demands to be serious, it needs to be translated by a human.
Cool, but gosh, why go to the trouble to translate if it's not in graphics? google translate works so well.. I mean at least for now..
We actually have developed a FAQ-Style System, which we will deploy in the near futur for gplusrss.com.
That should work very well for this purpose.
You can get a glimpse of it under the URL:
We just need to translate it into english first.
Thanks for your offer of help. :-)
Actually the new Google Groups Would be very good for this too. They have some great features.