Remove / Close Swiss Forum at ubuntuforums.org
bkerensa at ubuntu.com
Thu Oct 25 00:29:45 UTC 2012
On Wed, Oct 24, 2012 at 1:41 PM, Lucas Betschart
<lucasbetschart at gmail.com>wrote:
> > If all the LoCos had their blog feeds going to the Ubuntu Planet I
> > think it would be quite a busy mess and would drown out the regular
> > Ubuntu Member blogs we have there. Some non-LoCo projects are on here,
> > but they are all sponsored by Ubuntu members, this is a requirement.
> So I have to find a member that links our news there and then its allowed..
> IMHO that's a stupid rule, but ok.
It is not a stupid rule its there so Planet doesn't get overwhelmed with
content that may not be on topic. Traditionally Planet's in every open
source project are windows into the lives of contributors on a individual
basis not necessarily for groups or teams.
Like Elizabeth said the most proper way to get content included is to
submit it to UWN for inclusion in the weekly newsletter also once your an
approved LoCo you can have your content added to the LoCo Portal's blog
> > But I would encourage that you send news from your team to the
> > ubuntu-news-team at lists.ubuntu.com mailing list so it can be included
> > in the LoCo section of the Ubuntu Weekly Newsletter.
> Ok, I will keep that in mind.
> >> It would be cool if you add our blog at loco.ubuntu.com. I've set up
> > This loco.ubuntu.com page is the appropriate place for the feed :) The
> > front page of loco.ubuntu.com is like planet for LoCos.
> > Since you're an approved team the LoCo Council can take care of this
> > for you, if they haven't already.
> ATM ubuntu.com seems to be down, so I can't check.
> The idea of loco.ubuntu.com is cool, but I don't read this planet
> often because there are to many posts in other languages then English
> there. No hablo español ;)
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