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Neue Linode-Community-Seite


Wir freuen uns, die neue Linode Community Questions Seite ankündigen zu können!

Es ist ein großartiger Ort, um Fragen zu stellen, Ideen und Wissen zu teilen, um Linode, Linux, die Cloud und alles andere im Linode-Ökosystem mit Gleichgesinnten und Linode-Teammitgliedern zu diskutieren. Sie werden in der Lage sein, Gespräche zu beginnen, Hilfe zu bekommen, Ratschläge zu geben und Lösungen anzubieten.

Community-Umgebungen werden besser, je mehr Menschen sie nutzen. Wir hoffen, dass dies zu einer großartigen Ressource für alle wird.

Es gibt auch ein neues Community-Benutzerprofil, das derzeit Ihre Fragen und Antwortaktivitäten auflistet. Ihr Profil wird schließlich zusätzliche Interaktionen enthalten, wie Ihre Kommentare zu Linode-Anleitungen und Dinge, die Sie mit Sternen versehen haben. Wir haben bei den Entwürfen der kommenden Dinge die Priorität auf Community- und Team-fokussierte Funktionalität gelegt.

In den nächsten Wochen werden wir das phpBB-Community-Forum auslaufen lassen. Keine Sorge - wir werden alle 15 Jahre an Beiträgen (!) in die neue Linode Community migrieren, und Sie werden in der Lage sein, Ihren alten Forum-Benutzer und Ihre Beiträge einfach zurückzubekommen.

Vielen Dank für Ihre Teilnahme über die Jahre hinweg. Sie sind, im wahrsten Sinne des Wortes, die Community und haben sie zu dem gemacht, was sie ist.

Wir freuen uns über jedes Feedback, das uns hilft, die Linode Community zu verbessern und sie nützlicher und angenehmer zu machen. Danke!

Kommentare (15)

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    Looks great so far. Here are a few suggestions to get you going:

    – Add a rating system – voting for the best answer and likes/dislikes
    – Ability to choose a “Best answer”
    – Some sort of mark that indicates a solved/answered questions. A check mark or a “Solved” tag
    – A filter to only show questions that haven’t been Solved yet and questions with no replies.

    I know it’s still new so you’re probably already planning some of these features.

  2. Christopher Aker

    Thanks for the suggestions!

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    1. I take this was easier than migrating to phpBB 3.2 and integrating the Prosilver style to make it mobile friendly?
    2. Will “legacy” links be maintained using a redirect system or will bookmarks need to be changed?
    3. Do you plan on making the phpBB read-only prior to moving the data so no posts get lost?

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    Hi could you clarify if the login for new forums is our linode username or we create a new username ? do we expose our linode manager username when logging into the forums ?

  5. Christopher Aker

    @William No posts will be lost when we perform the final transition over. We’re still not sure we’ll have a read-only period or if we’ll perform multiple merging imports. As for links, we hope to have a redirects in place issuing 301s for a while, but I can’t commit to that just yet…

    @GeorgeL – the new community stuff is “single sign on” using your Linode account credentials. On first access to the community site, you’re asked to choose a “Display Name” for use on the public areas, in the case you don’t want to expose your Linode username… You’ll be able to change it in My Profile soon (it’s not there yet).

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    Thanks @caker for clarification 🙂

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    I’m confused – is that list really meant to substitute for the forum? As it looks right now it can’t possibly scale to that *at all*. It’s just a list of Q/A.

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    Hey Tor. The Linode Community page is intended to replace the forums. Pretty soon Linode users will be able to claim their forum posts to be moved over to the new community page. This is an ever evolving page and the Community page you see now is not going to be the final version. As it grows we are confident it will effectively replace our forums.

    I hope this helps ease those fears a little.


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    I have personally moved my forum two times, using 301 to preserve bookmarks, however in my case it was a simple task as the software stayed the same, thus I could just 301 at the http server level.
    I am guessing you will have to do some sort of database queries if you manage to pull off your transition and support 301 redirect?

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    Out of curiosity, is this community system also based around Hugo, or you’re using a custom service as the base for it?

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    @kuteninja, The Community Questions site is a custom Python Django application.

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    What you say doesn’t match what we observe, and what Howie just said about the Community Questions site – a custom Python Django application.
    What you are doing is *removing* the forum and moving to a much more simplistic Q/A list. It is not a forum (with discussions, information trading etc.). Why not say so?
    The part about moving forum posts to the community site doesn’t make sense other than for question type posts/answers. Unless you transform the community site to a forum, which I bet you are not planning to do – otherwise you wouldn’t have started it as a Q/A list.

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    – addendum: Or are you actually planning to add a forum *in addition* to the Q/A list?

  14. Christopher Aker

    We hope to achieve both use cases with the new site, as it develops. Thanks.

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    Excluding those on legacy plans from logging into the new site effectively cuts us off from doing anything but reading the site, effectively removing community support…

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