Here is my thought:
I think Canonical did great by creating their askubuntu community. It’s massive and people do participate in it for various reasons. Some of them are:
- Thread/post is never closed.
- Answer/suggestions can be downvoted or be upvoted. This will filter out the best solution to try.
- User can comment on someone’s answer.
- Easy to read different answers/suggestions. And not confusing it with the answer’s comment.
- Page looks much smaller & discrete even if it contains 20 new solutions to try.
- Upvote/downvotes matters. It motivates people to participate and contribute. In some cases, the job profile of such a network can be an asset.
I wish there was AskFedora stackexchange network.
Regardless, Ask.FedoraProject is not that bad. It’s good enough but not compare it to likes like Askubuntu.
I want to know what you to think. Maybe I will learn something instreating.