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How to resolve FUBAR situation caused by the inherent Q&A-design of the discussion here, which wouldn't be a problem at all if we used the classic forum format instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. Should be important at least.

How to resolve FUBAR situation caused by the inherent Q&A-design of the discussion here, which wouldn't be a problem at all if we used the classic forum format instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. Should be important at least.

How to resolve FUBAR situation caused by because of the inherent Q&A-design Q&A-nature of the discussion here, which wouldn't be a problem at all if we used the classic forum format instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. Should be important at least.

How to resolve FUBAR situation because of the inherent Q&A-nature of the discussion here, which wouldn't be a problem we used the a classic forum format instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. Should be important at least.

How to resolve FUBAR situation because of the inherent Q&A-nature of the discussion here, which wouldn't be a problem we used a classic traditional forum instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. Should be important at least.

How to resolve FUBAR situation because of the inherent Q&A-nature of the discussion here, which wouldn't be a problem we used a traditional forum instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. Should be important at least.

How to resolve FUBAR situation because of the inherent Q&A-nature of the discussion here, which wouldn't be a problem have happened were we used a traditional forum instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. Should be important at least.

How to resolve FUBAR situation because of the inherent Q&A-nature of the discussion here, which wouldn't have happened were we used a traditional forum instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. Should be important at least.

Moderator: feel free to correct my English in the title! Thank you!

How to resolve FUBAR situation because of the inherent Q&A-nature of the discussion here, which wouldn't have happened were we used a traditional forum instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. Should It should be important at least.important.

Moderator: feel free to correct my English in the title! Thank you!

How to resolve FUBAR situation because of the inherent Q&A-nature of the discussion here, which wouldn't have happened were we used a traditional forum instead? Details inside.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. It should be important.

Moderator: feel free to correct my English in the title! Thank you!

How to resolve FUBAR situation because of the overcome what I see is an inherent Q&A-nature of the discussion here, which wouldn't have happened were we used a traditional forum instead? Details inside.limitation of this Q&A format? As a newbie I don't see what is the proper way out of the gridlock one of my questions got into here.

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. It should be important.

Moderator: feel free to correct my English in the title! Thank you!

How to overcome what I see is an inherent limitation of this Q&A format? As a newbie I don't see what is the proper way out of the gridlock one of my questions got into here.here. (Edited)

Edit: Title edited for niceness. But maybe this way it does not really represents what I wanted to say. I'm not an English speaker. I'm a little bit frustrated with this platform. Nothing personal, you are nice people. Just the platform itself. OK?

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. It should be important.

Moderator: feel free to correct my English in the title! Thank you!

How to overcome what I see is an inherent limitation of this Q&A format? As a newbie I don't see what is the proper way out of the what I see is a gridlock one of my questions situation a question of mine got into here. (Edited)here.

Edit: Title edited for niceness. But maybe this way it does not really represents what I wanted to say. I'm not an English speaker. I'm a little bit frustrated with this platform. Nothing personal, you are nice people. Just the platform itself. OK?

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. It should be important.

Moderator: feel free to correct my English in the title! Thank you!

(Edited) How to overcome what I see is an inherent limitation of this Q&A format? As a newbie I don't see what is the proper way out of what I see is a gridlock situation a question of mine got into here.

Edit: Title edited for niceness. But maybe this way it does not really represents what I wanted to say. I'm not an English speaker. I'm a little bit frustrated with this platform. Nothing personal, you are nice people. Just the platform itself. OK?

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. It should be important.

(Edited) How to overcome what I see is an inherent limitation of this Q&A format? As a newbie I don't see what is what's the proper way out of what I see is a gridlock situation a question of mine got into here.

Edit: Title edited for niceness. But maybe this way it does not really represents what I wanted to say. I'm not an English speaker. I'm a little bit frustrated with this platform. Nothing personal, you are nice people. Just the platform itself. OK?

Here's what happened: I asked a question (https://together.jolla.com/question/162367/please-help-me-understand-sailfish-os-community-ports-in-terms-of-stability-officialness-security-updates-not-as-clear-as-lineageos/). One person wrote an answer. Another person checked the answer as best answer. So why would others from now on bother to give their answers, when the best answer was already selected? It sounds reasonable. Albeit the answer wasn't selected by me, who asked the question.

Although the one answer given is nice (basically saying just relax, the situation is getting better sooner or later, we are working on it), my exact questions there are still unresolved. Let's say I want to deploy (is the right word) Sailfish OS on my device today and I inquire about the security situation of the ports. I thought it's an important enough question, maybe not I am the only person interested in it. Hopefully.

I possibly made a mistake when I accidentally checked the community wiki box under my question, although I immediately reported my error under my question as a comment. (No direct link, because of Askbot does not give direct links to comments, why would it? That would just be too much good, right? So sorry, no links to comments.) I was said, sorry this will remain like this, we can't turn it back.

Basically I'm still looking for the same answers I raised there; how shall I proceed? Should I ask every 5 of my sub-questions as separate questions? I re-counted them: my main question over there consists of exactly 5 sub-questions or topics. Should we delete my original question with help of a moderator (then wasting the one nice answer already there), then should I ask more or less the same thing again, just making sure not to press on mistakenly the community wiki box again?

By the way, the Askbot you are running is at version 0.7.49. This is what you get when you run your community of your startup company otherwise aiming for a better future on beta software. Just saying. :) (It's a nice feature, btw. that I do not even get a space - not even a space character with Askbot - between bullet point numbers 3., 4. and the following first letters of the next sentences.)

Were I asked the above big question with 5 sub-questions on a classic forum, I could simply check back with which of the sub-questions I already receive an answer for, to which ones I possibly wished for more clarification. Easy as that. How can users of your software sure about security, if even asking about basic security is so darn difficult here? Security is important. It should be important.