Devs: Give your thumbs up on these missing Market features

by Keith Wiley » Sun, 03 May 2009 04:43:31 GMT


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Devs: Give your thumbs up on these missing Market features

by Keith Wiley » Sun, 03 May 2009 05:27:54 GMT


 Actually, that approach seems to be completely ineffective,
considering that I posted this message there yesterday and received no
responses at all, whereas my post on the Discuss forum quickly
received several responses, and the post on code.google.com quickly
received a few votes.  I doubt that all developers are reading all the
forums with the even distribution you are implying.

I take your point that the purpose of dividing the forums up is to
keep them on-topic, but that only works if everyone reads
everything...which I doubt.  Lots of people probably don't do that;
they just read a few of the main forums, in which case topic-division
actually prevents people from seeing all subject lines.

Both approaches have advantages and disadvantages.  Sorry to have
cluttered the list.

Cheers!




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Devs: Give your thumbs up on these missing Market features

by Keith Wiley » Sun, 03 May 2009 06:37:57 GMT


 It's already there, you're duplicating it.






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