borismann at gmail.com
Thu Jul 14 22:27:21 UTC 2005
On 14-Jul-05, at 2:24 PM, Robert Douglass wrote:
> I like the idea of Drupal hosted developer blogs. Anyone with a CVS
> account gets one and can use it or not. If we're really lucky,
> we'll get Hani Suleiman to convert to Drupal and start making
> fun of us instead of JBoss.
This came up before (but I'm too lazy to go find the archived mailing
list thread). Why do "developers" only get blogs? e.g. documentation
team, marketing team, etc. etc.
If you want a blog, set one up external to Drupal.org, and we'll
create a Developer Blogs category in the aggregator. Best is if you
have a "Drupal" category, and we just syndicate that. If you apply
Richard Eriksson's aggregator patch , you'll even get an outgoing
feed of that category bundle.
> Gabor Hojtsy wrote:
>>> So far the talks. My personal priority lies with
>>> themes.drupal.org to get that up and running. So I will not put
>>> any more effort in this.
>>> I already offered to host a drupaldevelblogs.org (or so) and I
>>> will do so, if we decide to leave (for the time being) the
>>> developers sites scattered. Leaving it scattered has its
>>> advantages too!
>>> But that is all I will *do*. Code needs to be written,
>>> maintainers must volunteer, ideas must be made reality, and
>>> discussion is needed.
>> It seems to be a much better idea to me to do a Drupal Planet so that
>> developer blogs will get aggregated. So far the Drupal Talk feed does
>> something similar but not in the sense of the other "Planet" sites
>> there. It does find more (which is not always a "problem"), but it
>> find less in some cases, not picking up on different Drupal
>> developer blogs.
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