It feels like alot of the same questions get asked over and over - does your archive data back that up? or is it just one of those tricks of the mind?
I discovered (read: was shown by someone!) the “forum” recently - I wondered if your data could be used to create a list of “fake” questions with definitive answers that could be put there, or in an FAQ page on the main website, that would be findable using google by beginners who might not be brave enough to join the slack channel yet
"Searchable by Google" might make the archive one of the best SilverStripe resources on the internet 😄
I've been considering something like that, or an integration with the forum. But it's quite tricky and there's no true way of detecting what question is a duplicate
@null - the archive already is the best resource for me!!
at the moment it's a well-kept secret of the Slack channel. If Google can find it, it will be mine too 😛
@Firesphere I was thinking less of automating it, more of just using the dataset you have built up to inform what topics/concepts people generally struggle with to then manually create some tutorial-type posts to help with them
Google does index it, actually, but doesn't give it much priority
@Hels Ehhhh.... half a million posts... 😕
errrr, I always arrive at it by google….