We just should be homeopathic what new users hav to read. Otherwise the tendency is not to read it . Maybe a list with templates to “real case” request would make sense. Where users can pick, where is closest to their case.
For the user easier to fill up and for us better to read in the end. And we also not have to make a answer and question game, how we do have to do in a lot of cases now.
Sorry, I am afraid I don’t understand what you’re saying. It’s been a long day.
Let me expand on my question, with some background. I don’t think tags that describe the person asking a question are a good idea, for several reasons. Who will do the tagging? How might new users react to being conspicuously labeled?
It might be useful to have a tag for guides for new users, but that’s what’s intended to go in the top-level Ask Fedora - Fedora Discussion, and that shouldn’t be tons of posts, so I’m not clear on the value of a tag.
That was my proposal for future changes in discourse.
Moving categories is still from the long planed merge you announced. That they are made in between a new release and the next beta release. So we have more hands free to help you
I guess the big tsunami of requests is passed. Feel free to plan it that it is also good for your schedule