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Re: New forum for Notification Services discussions

Subject: Re: New forum for Notification Services discussions
From: "Shyam Pather [MSFT]"
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2005 15:08:50 -0700
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.sqlserver.notificationsvcs
Hello all,
Over the last few days, I've heard a number of questions/concerns in this 
regard. I personally don't know much of the background context as to why/how 
the new forums were designed, but I can try to find out. The one thing I do 
know is that the new forums have some nice new features that allow 
moderators to track what questions haven't been answered and to alert people 
of new posts that they need to answer. It also has some built-in feedback 
mechanisms so that users can tell if they've had their questions answered to 
their satisfaction.

I'll talk to some of the folks involved with the forum design and let them 
know your concerns. I'm sure they're hearing this from other users too.
Thanks
-shyam

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"Aaron Bertrand [SQL Server MVP]" <[email protected]> wrote in message 
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>>    Note that there are also forums in there for stuff other than NS -- 
>> including SQL Server "database engine", etc.  These don't really fit in
>> cleanly based on the NG hierarchy, so again I'm not sure of the goals.
>
> Well in this specific case, I still liken it to Walmart having one store 
> where wheelchair users are not allowed, and another across town where ONLY 
> wheelchair users are allowed.
>
> How many different but redundant sets of forums do we need?  Why can't the 
> different interfaces all tie back to the same data store, so that 
> participating in one does not preclude you from discussions in another?
>
> A
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