[SailfishDevel] Sailfish SDK 3.2 has been released to Early Access

Oskar Roesler oskar at oscloud.info
Tue Aug 4 18:18:38 UTC 2020

An idea to solve the forum - mailing list issue: What about a forum bot
that interacts with the mailing list if tagged? If you like it, do you
think it should be bidirectional or nott?

Am 04.08.20 um 20:08 schrieb VWrestle:
> Hello,
> I agree with what Eli has just stated
> I hope the Sailfish will eventually be the goto mobile OS platform for
> alternatives to IOS and Android.
> Hoping for the best of Sailfish,
> -Warren
> On August 4, 2020 10:29:53 AM PDT, "E.S. Rosenberg"
> <es.rosenberg+sailfishos.org at gmail.com> wrote:
>     Op ma 3 aug. 2020 om 09:22 schreef Martin Kampas
>     <martin.kampas at jolla.com <mailto:martin.kampas at jolla.com>>:
>         Hi,
>         > Am I correct in understanding that the mailing list is being
>         shut down?
>         Yes, see
>         https://blog.jolla.com/new-forum-for-sailfish-os-discussion/ .
>     No offense but shouldn't such a move be announced on the mailing
>     list too instead of just in a blog post? Especially a blogpost
>     about a subject that a part of the mailing list user may find
>     irrelevant to their lives (a forum) and thus not read.
>         > Also does a normal forum also mean we now get a normal bug
>         tracker?
>         This question is too general for a quick answer I am afraid.
>         Maybe you can answer yourself after checking the activity in
>         the Bug Reports category
>         https://forum.sailfishos.org/c/bug-reports/13 .
>     This is not a bug tracker, this is yet another non-transparent way
>     for us to report bugs and pray that maybe someone at Jolla notices
>     and maybe not and never know if and what is being done about it.
>     A true bugtracker would be either any of the myriad of dedicated
>     pieces of software (which you undoubtedly do use internally) or an
>     issue tracker on a git{hub|lab} repository or something similar.
>     Sorry for the flame but I care strongly for Jolla and SFOS (have
>     been a user since the n900) and the behavior of Jolla Oy over the
>     past years has been very far sub optimal, something upon which
>     other ecosystems try to profit by approaching community members.
>     Anyhow I hope this new forum brings goodness and do suggest to
>     reconsider this "no more mailing list" policy (although if I'm not
>     mistaken discuss [the forum platform] allows mailing list like
>     behavior).
>     BR,
>     Eli
>         BR,
>         Martin
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