Posing a question for the good of the Omnis community – want to move to STACK EXCHANGE?
While we are on this topic do we also look at slack and/or reddit?
If omnis needs to be well subscribed then there are many platforms that offer this springboard that are now widely accepted.
Just throwing ideas in the mix.
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> On 6 Feb 2018, at 04:22, Michael Monschau <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> It appears that way. Personally I think it is essential to have an Omnis tag. Perry (my Son) only has just over 680, but he’ll ask his uni friends. Perhaps one solution would be to post a question on stack-exchange and then send a link to the Omnis list.
> Furthermore, as Alex raised, I also would like to know, where do the new Omnis developer forums fit into this conversation.
>> On 5 Feb 2018, at 18:13, Phil (OmnisList) via omnisdev-en <email@example.com> wrote:
>> So, does this mean the tag cannot be created at all until one of us has 1500 rep points, in which case, does someone have that many?
>> and if so, should we have a list of relevant ones?
>> and if not, can we as a group artificially improve one of members ratings to be able to do that?
>> if so, how?
>> I’m game to try out this new solution, but, at least for now, I’d rather it was in tandem with this Omnis list…
>> If it works out well, then by default it will become the standard communication tool between us…
>> Phil Potter
>> Based in Chester in the UK.
>> On 05/02/2018 17:50, Andrew Stolarz wrote:
>>> s someone mentioned you cant add
>>> those tags until you hit 1500 reputation points. Also if you forget to tag
>>> then Omnis users wont get the notifications. Lots of things need to happen.
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