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Re: [paho-dev] Question on MqttClient's subscriptions

On the other hand, being a project without a forum is still a bad thing. A dev mailing list and a forum are different things, they are not redundant. The dev-lists are used mainly for inter-developers communications and occasional "to all committers" questions meanwhile forums bear the bulk and all the sorts of question one can imagine. Also the forum builds a knowledge base and is typically the place to do the research before asking. At least that is how we handle communication in the E4 project.

I would suggest you do not close it and try to keep it up to date as much as possible. If it truly goes to the point of multiple topics and 0 answers than I guess you might as well close it (but I disagree with the idea that it does no harm and that the dev list suffices).


On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 10:36 PM, Ian Skerrett <ian.skerrett@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

If the Paho project does not want to use a discussion group they can request it to be turned off.  The ‘typical’ eclipse project will use mailing list for project specific communications and discussion groups for end-user/adopter type usage questions. However, it is up to the project.


If the Paho committers don’t intend to monitor the discussion forum then I would suggest turning it off. Leaving questions unanswered is definitely bad community relations.





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Subject: Re: [paho-dev] Question on MqttClient's subscriptions


Hi Sopot


It looks like Nick has responded to your question.


As a side issue - for the team - we should look at which discussion groups are most appropriate. Do we need forums and mailing lists? Can we shut off the forums or are they mandated for Eclipse projects?



On Thu, Sep 20, 2012 at 8:23 PM, Sopot Çela <sopotcela@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Hi Paho devs,


I have posted a question (the first ever) on the Paho forums Since the forum is there I would appreciate it if any of the competent members of the paho community would monitor it since it is a delicate time to not answer any questions.


However I am pasting the question here in case you all disagree.


I have a MqttClient. How can I have a list of the topics it is subscribed to? I see they are stored in a Hashtable but no public API to get them.




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