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Fri Jul 15 05:51:02 UTC 2005
On 7/15/05, neil at civicspacelabs.org <neil at civicspacelabs.org> wrote:
> On Thu, Jul 14, 2005 at 10:02:18PM +0200, B?r Kessels wrote:
> > So, drupaldocs is clear, it is nice at drupaldocs.org but IMO it should be a
> > clearer part of the drupal family. Integration and eating dogfood are the
> > keywords.
> > Blogs are a more complex thing. I believe we willnever get all developers to
> > blog there. about half of them have their own "sacred' home where they
> > already blog. So a combination of blog.module and an advanced
> > aggregrator/node_aggregator will server for this part.
We can have a planet.drupal.org.
Maybe we can provide blog hosting to people without homes; and
aggregate them along with the others with already existing blogs. I
would prefer if the drupal-based companies take care of this; it would
benefit their publicity, and keep away hosting hassles from
blogs.bryght.com / blogs.civicspace.org / blogs.anybody?
I'm only unsure about the inclusion policy: what is the eligibility
criteria for getting added to planet.drupal?
> I'll readily put my Drupal blogs on a central site (assuming it is
> stable and looks nice) since I don't want to mix up personal webblogging
> with techy stuff which some of my friends wouldn't want to see.
I'd rather use tags / categories; like i do. That way even my feed to
planet.drupal can be a drupal-posts-only feed.
> > 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!
+1. Decentralized == robust.
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