>Forum averages about 3 new posts a day and has very small community - very
The quoted sentence is just rubbish. Sure, CF community is (much) smaller than
for example PHP or Ruby communities. If you look at response rates to
questions, however, everyone can notice CF forums are actually quite active and
I took a break to look at http://www.ruby-forum.com/ - a very active and big
community. However, I didn't find much difference in the helpfulness of that
community. Since there were only more people in the community didn't mean you
get answers quicker - in most cases it meant there' s just more people with the
same problems. Much more unanswered questions too than in CF forums. (notice
how immature and biased sentence that last one was, I can come up with those
too, although it just hurts thinking down to that level...)
If someone claims there are only 3 posts (meaning new threads) a day, that's
of course rubbish, but a good thing - meaning people don't have much problems.
Saying there are only 3 posts per day is just rubbish, since there are dozens
of threads which get new replies every day.
But as campag said, aside from the rubbish, bugs should be reported always to
Adobe too - forums is just a user community. Everybody knows that.