Over the next several months, I will be making improvements to the structure and layout of the Systems community. I want to make the organization of the community more structured and the navigation more intuitive.
This space, The Hangout, is just the first addition I wanted to make to the Systems community. It's very important to me that any changes I make in the future involve community feedback, and this space is a great location to house that discussion. Over time, I will make posts, ask questions, and open up to voting many features and concepts that I develop to improve the Systems community. All of that will take place here as a casual conversation. If you wish to make recommendations or leave feedback on the overall community platform, you can always do so in the Oracle Community Ideas space.
This space will also be the general discussion space for the Systems community and is a great place to ask general questions, post ideas for future articles, interviews, and content.
Here are a few Dos and Don'ts for The Hangout:
|The Dos||The Don'ts|
|DO post ideas for articles, podcasts, interviews, etc... you would like to see us make and publish.|
Don't post the article that you wrote and want us to publish to OTN.
We love community made content, just please use the proper channel for article review. To find out more information on how to publish on OTN, visit the "How To Get Published by Oracle Technology Network" page.
|DO say "HI!" to the community here, if you are new.|
Don't just say "Hi!"
Tell us about yourself; like:
|DO use the search widget located on the right sidebar.||Don't not use the search widget located on the right sidebar. Someone might have had the same idea or have the same question as you. Finding their post and joining the discussion may answer your question and help promote popular ideas!|
Feel free to post directly to the discussion board or post ideas! I'm looking forward to hearing from everyone.