[Openstack-operators] Asking for ask.openstack.org

David Medberry openstack at medberry.net
Wed Apr 4 22:45:23 UTC 2018

Hi Jimmy,

I tend to jump on things but only those that go to my Inbox and don't
otherwise get filtered. I'll see if I'm sub'd to ask.o.o and if so, I'll
put that into my Inbox instead of it going into one of my myriad google
filtered folders. OTOH, if it is truly just a web site I need to manually
monitor, I'll be candid and say it won't happen (as it won't.)

Not sure if this idea helps or hinders others but maybe it will elicit some
other personal workflow discussions or improvements.

-dave medberry

On Wed, Apr 4, 2018 at 4:15 PM, Jimmy McArthur <jimmy at openstack.org> wrote:

> Hi everyone!
> We have a very robust and vibrant community at ask.openstack.org.  There
> are literally dozens of posts a day. However, many of them don't receive
> knowledgeable answers.  I'm really worried about this becoming a vacuum
> where potential community members get frustrated and don't realize how to
> get more involved with the community.
> I'm looking for thoughts/ideas/feelings about this tool as well as
> potential admin volunteers to help us manage the constant influx of
> technical and not-so-technical questions around OpenStack.
> For those of you already contributing there, Thank You!  For those that
> are interested in becoming a moderator (instant AUC status!) or have some
> additional ideas around fostering this community, please respond.
> Looking forward to your thoughts
> Thanks!
> Jimmy
> irc: jamesmcarthur
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