[Date Prev][Date Next] [Thread Prev][Thread Next] [Date Index] [Thread Index]

Bug#601337: RSS feeds


* Enrico Zini <enrico@enricozini.org> [2010-11-04 16:09:29 CET]:
> I have a bit of an history of debian-related talks, but I'm guilty of
> never having notified the www-team. Apologies.

 Not that big deal actually, I can totally understand that the webteam
looked like stalled for a longer period of time because of no
information got out and not very much visibly has changed over time. We
could have done better on actively asking for input more regularly, and
in the last year a lot has changed within the webteam.

> However, I wouldn't want to update the wiki after each talk, as I
> already have to provide info to the event organisers and fill in the
> bits for the talk to appear in my own website. I also know that more
> often than not I'd forget to notify the www team.

 Actually picking up information from events that are known to publish
slides and from which it is known that Debian people attended and gave
Debian related talks shouldn't be too much effort. Then again, gathering
that information is the tough part here.

 The events team is also in a restructuring phase from what I understood
and I hope that such an information flow can get established. Also it's
not an issue of occasionally forgetting about a notification, it's an
issue of receiving no notifications, at all.

> However, it would take me very little effort to setup a rss feed with
> all my debian related talks. There already is a RSS feed with my talks,
> so it'd be just a matter of tagging them and providing a tag-specific
> feed, as I already do with my blog.
> Which leads me to this: would it be useful/welcome if people provided
> the www team with RSS feeds of their debian-related talks?

 An rss2email setup shouldn't be too complicated. Is this something
others who do regular Debian related talks could offer, too?

> That would ensure, at least for those like me for which this is easy to
> set up, that you'd be guaranteed to get timely notifications with no
> added effort on my part.

 Right, usually people do blog about their talks, and some special
feed/tag could work out in the bigger part.

 Definitely worth a try - thanks for planting the idea!
<dholbach> Last day of https://wiki.ubuntu.com/UbuntuDeveloperWeek starting in
           34 minutes in #ubuntu-classroom on irc.feenode.net
 * ScottK hands dholbach an "r".
<Rhonda> Are they fundraising again?

Reply to: