[clug-talk] Suggestion Box

Shawn sgrover at open2space.com
Fri Nov 12 17:28:12 PST 2004

I think a suggestion box is a good idea for topics which may not be suitable 
to the public mailing list.  Then again, these topics COULD just be mailed 
directly to one of the executive.  On the other hand, if someone is not part 
of the group, and is simply visiting the site and wants to offer feedback, 
the suggestion box gives them that option.  (I have a similar tool for 
contacting me on my own site).

With regards to the discussions at hand, I understand what Niels is saying.  
As a general tool to help with the website, I think the suggestion box works.

My thoughts (even if they are a little non-decisive.. <grins>)


On Friday 12 November 2004 18:14, Niels Voll wrote:
> Was the anonymous suggestion box requested by members, or was this idea
> internally generated by the executive as a "good idea"?
> To be quite honest, the concept of an anonymous suggestion box in a
> community of open source people totally surprised me. I didn't think
> anything like this would be needed. For example, if I wanted to make
> anonymous contact, I could easily sign up to Yahoo mail or something
> like that to send an "anonymous" email.. So I wasn't (and I'm still not)
> sure, what problem is being solved.
> So I'm not suggesting that Jarrod code some more PHP to make the
> suggestion box process transparent, yet spam, profanity and hacker proof
> - I'm more wondering why bother with a suggestion box at all.

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