* abelsromero [via Asciidoctor :: Discussion] <firstname.lastname@example.org> [2021-05-04 00:57]:
> Don't take it wrong, but I feel I must step in because I see this comments
> from time to time and I find them quite naive. Also, this are my personal
> opinions based on my job experience and do not represent the
Installing a forum or a mailing list may be breezy. Many forum
software have the legal requirements built-in.
VPS is like US $5 per month and it can handle 100 times more load than
this discussion is handling right now.
There is much Awesome Self-hosted Software:
As I said, when there is need, I can help installing it, even I can
open up instance and help you check it out, test it, decide.
Also recommended is to open up Fediverse accounts as that will
federate comments to everybody. That could be also one good way to
Even better, providing a patch for software like Pleroma for
Fediverse, to include Asciidoctor markup would be good. Right now they
support BBCode, Markdown, HTML.
Fediverse allows commenting and working together over federated
I would always prefer having the data on one's own server under my own
In fact, I wonder, why I need to use nabble.com if I am on
asciidoctor, information remains in nabble.com I guess. And I don't
think they really apply legal measures, as US jurisdiction is not the
only one. Good that it is software related, so there will be almost no