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13:24:10  <creationix>mornin'
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15:11:12  <creationix>It's amazing how many people email me directly for luvit support questions. Are they afraid they won't get answers on github, here or the mailing list?
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21:44:27  <bjorn>creationix: Hmm, I remember the same was true for Tiled, but now that you mention it I think it stopped once I set up a community forum.
21:44:53  <bjorn>Also my e-mail address is a little hard to find. :-)
21:45:01  <creationix>yeah, mine is pretty easy
21:45:28  <creationix>though the people who email me directly seem to have very little experience with open source
21:45:41  <creationix>they probably don't realize there are open bug trackers and forums
21:46:22  <bjorn>https://luvit.io/ ... I don't see those mentioned?
21:47:29  <bjorn>Ok I see the mailing list now, but they are really unpopular nowadays.
21:49:49  <creationix>I guess a forum would be different
21:50:00  <creationix>more web based and less email based
21:50:35  <creationix>though between IRC, twitter, mailing lists and github, I rarely feel the need for a forum personally
21:50:41  <bjorn>For Tiled I set up Discourse at http://forum.mapeditor.org/. Die-hards can reply by e-mail.
21:51:10  <bjorn>Sure, it depends, though it was a good fit for my project to be sure.
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23:47:59  <kostco>forums are cool, your community kind of has a compounding effect on itself, might help since the community aspect is sort of a weak spot for luvit