9 years ago
I'm marking this idea "Considered"
Would just like to add that Ubuntu Brainstorm has some very nice ideas' organisation. Perhaps we can "borrow" some of their layout as well?
Yes. Something better needs to be done about the posts and reposts.
TLDR, like the title.
I've recommend your 5 min tutorial in a small tutorial that I've made and put a link of yours in there... I know that yours don't need to be screamed but the idea is to relate every idea with the other one that helps in an organized manner... Nice thinking Justin.
The idea of connecting ideas is a good one, and I've recently wrote an idea about co-relating tutorials and to help each other to add/copy/polish tutorials. The best way to relate ideas is to care about the info that is already there and put the hyperlink of this tutorial/help/solution. In our new tutorials. It's a waste of resources of every human trying to help if the help/solution/tutorial is lost in the sea of repeated ideas. Every new Idea got to have a level of responsibility to first look/search/find a prior idea, and try to link your "new" approach or depth to this one, or make the new post and add a link from the old one with the proper notes with small info about Version/Edition/Etc...
Tags are very nice. They could be easily used to group certain ideas. I hope this will be added to the development plans sometime soon.
If my idea about linking has been said and done before, I think the links to said ideas have been provided, to further enforce the notion of the necessity of linking?
Btw, I like this -> http://brainstorm.ubuntu.com/
Actually is partway what I was thinking (If you utilize ideas as the solutions part)
this has been put forward several times now and itself should be grouped with the others. Ideas like this if grouped would attain a more sensible sore
Correction, apparently I misunderstood the quote: I agree with everything.
I agree with all of the above except: "The way I'm thinking about this is almost if we can collect ideas together a tutorial can be generated without anyone actually having to write a tutorial"
In regards to my post - I can however, also see a very tangled web here of relations and being able to logically link ideas. If someone else has an idea on group functions, how do they know that a mashup or other linked ideas related to the functionality of groups already exist? With this, there is the consideration of orphaned ideas. So then a question that happens is, how do you make said linked ideas findable?