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Thu Dec 6 07:56:35 UTC 2012
Þann fim 6.des 2012 04:54, skrifaði Geoffrey Dow:
> I'm definitely a user, not a developer, and a lot of what goes on here
> passes over my head (or outside of my interests), but I would prefer to
> have the chance to "see the other side" here (so long as they don't mind we
> newbies stumbling around asking the obvious), than subscribe to another
> list, almost none of whose entries would speak to me.
> In other words, I like the complexity here, and would hate to see it go.
Also, it gives a sort of confidence knowing that developers
and/or dev-capables are lurking around the user-list ;-)
USER is a broad definition, as pointed out by Greg.
Occasionally there have been discussions about limiting the
mailinglist to strictly Scribus-related subjects (as opposed
to general DTP questions) but even without strict rules so
far we've managed to stay mostly on topic(s).
Personally I like the multitude of different topics brought
up here, even though some of them don't fit into my areas of
interest. If we were talking about hundreds of posts daily,
that would be different.
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> On 5 December 2012 22:26, Gregory Pittman <gpittman at iglou.com> wrote:
>> On 12/05/2012 08:04 PM, Alison Saylor wrote:
>>> This is a great idea! I know my questions are light years below where
>>> many folks are at, my last one not even answer probably because it was
>>> too basic, the answer obvious perhaps to all but myself. I'd love two
>>> I think there is really a continuum of users here on various scales,
>> such as new users to more experienced ones, professional DTPers and casual
>> DTPers, those that simply want to learn how to use Scribus and those who
>> want Scribus to do more than it can now.
>> In the long run, no one stays in one place, and as you get more
>> experienced you ask more out of Scribus than you did at first, and then you
>> see some new user coming around asking the same questions you did 6 months
>> or a year ago.
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