[Mageia-discuss] mageiapeople.org - Request for inputs
doktor5000 at arcor.de
Sun Mar 25 11:33:50 CEST 2012
Am 24.03.2012 16:55, schrieb Josh King (dotmil):
> Hey all,
> This was originally brought up on the marcom mailing list, but it was
> suggested I bring it up here as well for feedback/comments. I look forward to
> hearing any comments that anyone has to offer.
> 1) What is it?
> The idea is basically a planet for users of Mageia. These would be blog feeds
> and have to comply with the code of conduct of course. This idea gives people
> a chance to see there are real people behind Magia and is in line with what
> some other distros do (see Ubuntu for one). The official planet is designed
> for official team members/developers of Magia. Different groups of people,
> different reasons for being. It's conceived simply as a gateway to get users
> involved and looking to contribute further to Mageia as well as provide some
> entertainment. It's not in any way intended or designed to replace the
> official planet site
> 2) Where is it?
> Currently it's hosted on my own server out of convenience and to provide a
> demo. It can be viewed at http://mageiapeople.org If community leadership so
> decides, this could be moved to an official infrastructure server very easily.
> 3) What can I do?
> Comments and feedback are needed as stated previously are needed at this
> early stage. If you are interested in having your blog listed, you can reply
> here or (preferably) email a link to admin at mageiapeople.org.
> 4) What else is there to know?
> This is for now only for blog posts. Ideas have been submitted to provide a
> similar site or section for micro blogging posts (i.e. identi.ca updates) but
> will be explored at some point in the future if this is well received.
> I hope to gather as much input as possible. This is not meant to be something
> I do on my own, or as competition to any existing planets or blogs, but
> simply a way to allow the community as a whole to have a fun way to get to
> know each other and see the many ways Mageia is being used and by whom.
> Obviously there is the expectation that not all posts on your blog would be
> about Mageia, but we do expect that everyone who chooses to participate
> follow the Mageia code of conduct as well. I look forward to hearing back on
> this idea.
> Josh (aka dotmil)
How is that related regarding http://planet.mageia.org/en/ ?
Just asking out of curiosity and to avoid duplicating work ...
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