Re: Slightly OT: Comments, ideas, or suggestions for improving websites
Mark Crean wrote:
However, in my experience running a website is a great deal of hard
work and many people start to flag after three months or so. Many
other people enjoy running their own show and wouldn't want to combine
into a bigger one, other than as, perhaps, an item in a web ring.
Which is why all these sites exist.
The personal requirement for individual recognition superceding the
requirement of the group.
A form of grafitti, really.
I guess your questions are pertinent and quite hard to answer, because
there is already quite a lot of information out there even if it can
be hard to find and is divided between various sites. Good luck,
anyway! Many folks talk about doing this but few get off their
backsides and make the effort.
Have a look around, find /relevant/ sites (including Debian.org), and
form a web-ring, or at least link to them all, so as to enforce the
power of the whole.
After that, don't write anything and mount it on the site unless it is
really worth saying, even if it does mean a wait of three months between
Substance will keep you in people's bookmark folders, effluvient goes to