> If you have already numbers that show the
> need to make this a NNTP forum with some html services
no one is trying to do that…
anyway, you are misinformed…it already IS an nntp forum AND and http
forum…all at the same time…
http and nntp are nothing more than two different protocols (ways) to
transmit data…and they can happily exist side by side and interact
with each other nearly seamlessly…
it is like a TV program can be sent/received as a terrestrial
broadcast (transmitted from an antenna through the air), or via cable
(transmitted via wires or fiber) or from a satellite (via extremely
in a similar fashion the word of a forum post can be sent via http or
nntp…sure, the nntp side don’t get the blinkies and wigglies…but,
most of the folks using nntp are only interested in the words anyway…
> why not simply post them? So we solve the problem straight away).
actually there is no problem to solve.
> From ‘Lizards’ (http://tinyurl.com/6yk9eq) - “For folks not that used to
> web interfaces, the openSUSE Forums team provides a secondary
> interface to our forums – NNTP. The intention of this post is to raise
> your attention on this possibility.”
> Hum, I thought is was secondary. From the comments posted by you guys
> it seems more that it has become just the “primary” interface. Is it so?
no it is not so…no one is trying to make nntp primary, it is not and
and will not be…that point was decided a year and a half before your
first post here and hasn’t been changed or studied to see if it should
> Maybe it would be nice if someone would answer on the points I did rise
> about NNTP. I understand that it is a plus to have also NNTP. But you
> know what, if I have to use other program then knodes (at least it is
> integrated in Kontact) and I have the problem of not seeing well at all
> (it IS an issue on a 12 inch machine) then maybe there are easier way,
> i.e. change forum.
i think i answered each point…if not ask again in a different way
and maybe will better understand your questions…
you do not have to change from using your browser.
so, what is the problem?
> BTW. The “shout post” was not posted from NNTP, it was posted
> regularly with the browser from the forum
oh, i see now what happened…yes, print which is marked ‘bold’ in the
http side shows up in the nntp clients as all capitals…
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