[Bf-committers] New blog: code.blender.org (proposal)
bkurdali at freefactory.org
Mon Nov 8 22:15:25 CET 2010
The only issue with the current aggregators is that they are not
restricted - or even exhaustive - to the code/coder related blogs. This
is arguably something that could be added to one or the other of them
(increasing the number of blogs subscribed and making sure there is a
'code' tag filter)
Ton's point of providing a blog to coders who currently don't have/
don't want to maintain their own, is a valid one.
On Mon, 2010-11-08 at 12:36 -0800, Alex Combas wrote:
> 2010/11/8 Gustav Göransson <gustav.goransson at gmail.com>
> > Can't it be both?
> I can't speak for anyone, but myself so its really just my opinion.
> But I think it is wiser to be one or the other, and I'll tell you why.
> Blogs are picked up by aggregators, but aggregators do not pick up other
> This is why Blendernation and Plantblender do not aggregate each other, it
> would just be total duplication, every
> interesting post would show up at least twice on each site, maybe more, this
> would be very annoying for everyone.
> So if code.blender.org starts to aggregate content which is already being
> aggregated by Blendernation and Planetblender
> then I do not think that those sites would pick up code.blender.org, and
> also I think that people who are already
> subscribed to those two aggregators will not see much benefit to subscribing
> to a third aggregator.
> So on the other hand, if code.blender.org keeps its content unique (not
> hosting content already published on other blogs which
> are already being aggregated by other portals) then people will subscribe to
> code.blender.org for its own sake, and it will
> likely be picked up by both Blendernation and Planetblender thus spreading
> it's reach to a much
> broader audience than it could do on its own.
> Just my opinion, I dont speak for anyone involved in any of these sites.
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