| 4:49 pm on May 11, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I have been around this forum a long time, but since I mostly work with Coldfusion now, I don't often return. There are a few CF forums I follow that are average, but would much rather post CF topics on WebmasterWorld.
Is there anyway we can get a Coldfusion forum? It may not be as active as the PHP forum, but it might bring in a new crowd of developers.
| 6:54 pm on May 11, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I am not sure about a whole forum. We usually need a good base of topics before we see a need for a new forum.
Technologies that have no appropriate forum can be posted in Website Technology Issues [webmasterworld.com]
| 1:53 pm on May 16, 2007 (gmt 0)|
I've mentioned it before as well, while back.
It does seem that most of the crowd here are not ColdFision enthusiasts. I guess there is a reason.
Personally I would love to have something like that here at WebmasterWorld too.
| 8:11 am on May 19, 2007 (gmt 0)|
|I have been around this forum a long time, but since I mostly work with Coldfusion now, I don't often return. There are a few CF forums I follow that are average, but would much rather post CF topics on WebmasterWorld. |
So legster, I have an idea for you. Others are average, which wouldn't be the case with discussions here, but it really doesn't take having a dedicated forum to get things rolling.
There were some great CSS discussion here in the HTML/Browsers forum, well before there was a dedicated CSS forum. As the demand for the topic grew, the need for a separate forum became evident.
So my suggestion for you is that you pick the forum that's closest and most appropriate to the topic, and start some good discussions - and optimize the thread titles and descriptions. ;) If you think questions won't get answered, then do up a simple tutorial or two that would be helpful. Then, people who use ColdFusion can find the threads at the search engines, and the level of interest and CF userbase might just grow.
| 9:00 pm on May 19, 2007 (gmt 0)|
Hey, he might end up being a moderator. :)