Re: DebianTimes launched
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On 08/03/2006 05:38 PM, Andreas Barth wrote:
> * Frans Pop (email@example.com) [060803 22:02]:
>>I'd prefer keeping PlanetDebian pure as a aggregator of personal blogs.
> Hm, ok. I can see your point, but I disagree (but of course, I'm biased).
> Anyways, if more DDs feel your way, I will remove DebianTimes. (DWN was
> removed due to flooding planet, not for "it's not a personal blog, btw.)
Andreas, just one extra point for consideration.
If you keep DebianTimes as part of Planet Debian, maybe you
will not find a real "response" from the users, they can keep following
only Planet Debian and *maybe* you will not find out the impact of
DebianTimes in the audience.
I don't have a strong preference, I will keep reading both of
them, but maybe you would have a better answer as an experiment if you
try it without feeding Planet Debian.
Just my two cents. Kind regards,
Felipe Augusto van de Wiel (faw)
"Debian. Freedom to code. Code to freedom!"
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