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My personal opinion:

The Fedora User Community deserves a Q/A site. As we can see at *.stackexchange.com, the Q/A type forums are very successful because they are very user friendly, simple, efficient and sustainable in terms of knowledge retention.

How a future Q/A site should like? I don't know. I'm using ask.fedora quite a bit and I know many things that are not ideal but from an end-user perspective it is mostly functional - I know, it's causing headache for infra team. Is there no way to find a sponsor to fix and further develop askbot?

In regards to stackexchange, I find it weird that Free Fedora would host content on a non-open source platform. Moreover, I doubt it would be possible to transfer the existing knowledge of 17,xxx questions with answers to another platform. What would happen with ask.fedora? Take it offline?

Also, Stackexchange's Q/A would neither be integrated with Fedora badges.

My In my personal opinion:

opinion, The Fedora User Community deserves a Q/A site. As we can see at *.stackexchange.com, the Q/A type Q/A-type forums are very successful because they are very user friendly, simple, efficient and sustainable in terms of knowledge retention.

How a future Q/A site for Fedora should like? I don't know. I'm using ask.fedora quite a bit and I know many things that are not ideal but from an end-user perspective it is mostly functional - I know, it's causing headache for infra team. Is team, so probably time for change but is there no way to find a sponsor to fix and further develop our current askbot?

In regards to stackexchange, I find it weird that Free Fedora would host content on a non-open source platform. Moreover, I doubt it would be possible to transfer the existing knowledge of 17,xxx questions with answers to another platform. What would happen with ask.fedora? Take it offline?

Also, Stackexchange's Q/A would neither be integrated Maybe we set up a wiki page with Fedora badges.all solutions and their pros and cons.