johnny at centos.org
Wed Aug 8 18:32:57 UTC 2012
On 08/08/2012 11:55 AM, Jeff Sheltren wrote:
> On Wed, Aug 8, 2012 at 9:45 AM, Karanbir Singh <mail-lists at karan.org> wrote:
>> How would you define the difference in the Q&A style posts and a forum ?
>> i.e what characteristics make a q&a interface not be a forum like setup
>> ( and impact usability therefore )
> In my opinion, the Q&A type posts are really hard to read as a
> discussion and ask/answer multiple questions (like a discussion would)
> or have any flow aside from "here's the answer". You end up with
> multiple "answers" (potentially voted up/down), and then each of those
> can have some seemingly random comments below them. You don't get the
> ability to "quote" posts, or have a back-and-forth type discussion
> such as you would be able to do with most (all?) forum software, and
> the end result is it's quite hard to read/understand beyond a simple
> question and answer.
> That's my personal issue with the Q&A type sites, there may be other
> issues as well -- I don't use/frequent them enough to know much beyond
I agree ... I hate the Q&A/serverfault type setups
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