For the longest time, we’ve been helping people posting questions about Orbeon Forms on Twitter. For questions that fit in 140 characters, and can be answered by an equally short message, Twitter is a great medium. Both questions and answers have to be short; this creates an expectation of those being “quick questions”, that can also be answered quickly. This increases the chance that we’ll answer throughout the day, which means you’ll get an answer faster. So we would like to encourage you to ask us your questions on Twitter, when you think it is appropriate.
- Post short comments or ask quick questions on Twitter. (Start your message with @orbeon, so we don’t miss your tweet.)
- Ask other questions on Stack Overflow.
- Finally, for anything else, please post on the Orbeon mailing list.
This is of course just a suggestion. At the end of the day, do what you think is the most appropriate, and feel free to use the technology you are the most comfortable with. ↩