Better approach for announcements, forums?
marcusbaw at gmail.com
Thu Jan 5 16:12:07 EST 2017
Hi Roger, answers to your query are below:
On 5 January 2017 at 14:18, Roger Erens <roger.erens at e-s-c.biz> wrote:
> Hi Marcus,
> thanks for the summarizing the highlights of Discourse.
> One request for elaboration, please:
> 2017-01-05 14:31 GMT+01:00 Marcus Baw <marcusbaw at gmail.com>:
>> Discourse will allow a number of things to happen that you can't have at
>> * 'accepted answer' to a question can be marked and thereafter a direct
>> link to the accepted answer is displayed right in the post asking the
>> question (a little bit like Stack Overflow, not quite as rich, but good
> Does this mean 'accepted' by the person starting the thread/discussion, or
> by 'the openEHR community'?
Only the author of the thread or an admin can accept the answer as correct
(but the community could certainly ask the original thread author to do
this, failing that an admin could do it if felt necessary)
> Is it also possible to mark an 'accepted answer' (e.g. 'Use my software
> package v1.1!') as 'outdated' (e.g. with reason 'Use software package
Yes, the accepted answer can be updated/changed at a later date.
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