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Mon Nov 24 17:21:16 GMT 2008
On Sun, Nov 23, 2008 at 8:25 AM, Emmet Hikory <persia at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> If we're thinking about a blog-like architecture for news of
> interest to developers, why not use the fridge? If there's too much
> traffic on the fridge, having a special "Development" category doesn't
> seem insurmountable.
I like to see the Fridge as a more formal and outsider-oriented source
of news, as opposed to the Planet, where everything can be posted.
Having a regular developer news summary there would be great.
I'd also like to push things a little further : we have seen some
teams lately (namely QA and server) using the Planet for team
announcements (call for testing,...). Why not create teams subsections
in the Fridge, where teams could post their announces? Announces would
have a greater visibility there, and it would avoid teams to set up
and maintain their own blogs.
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