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Re: Planet policy?



On Wed, Aug 08, 2007 at 01:07:41AM -0500, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> On Sat, 04 Aug 2007 14:16:05 -0300, Otavio Salvador <otavio@debian.org> said: 
> 
> > Steve McIntyre <steve@einval.com> writes:
> >> Did we ever agree a policy about what's acceptable/reasonable for
> >> blog feeds linked from planet.d.o? I'm very tempted to disable Ian
> >> Murdock's Solaris propaganda, for example...
> >> 
> >> Thoughts?
> 
> > I agree on disabling his blog since it has nothing related to Debian
> > on it, anymore.
> 
>         Why are we concentrating on Ian? Why is no one complaining about
>  Clint's blog, which far from having anything to do with Debian, is not
>  actually related to anything in this universe, as far as I can tell?  Or
>  any of a number of other people who are blogging about their lives, and
>  often, Debian is a small portion of their lives (aka people with real
>  lives)?
> 
>         If people want to read posting about technical issues or Debian
>  itself, I suggest they subscribe to debian-devel@lists.debian.org.  The
>  Planet exists to let us see into the lives of people important to
>  Debian, not to be a monologue replacement of -devel.

Full ACK. That's what makes Planet Debian interesting to me. I would
prefer if people did NOT restrict their feeds for Planet Debian to only
contain Debian related posts.

Gaudenz

P.S.: I think that some way to faciliate the exclusion of some posts or
feeds for particular readers (like Myon http://www.df7cb.de/debian/planet/)
would be a great thing and solve the problem.

-- 
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