Re: Can we improve things?

On 9/13/07, Jeff Waugh <jdub perkypants org> wrote:
> Planet GNOME is about the people moreso than the project. We talk about the
> project *all the time*. The reason why I started Planet GNOME (and Planet!)
> was to read about and better understand the *people*. That's why full feeds
> are preferred over GNOME-specific tags, why we have hackergotchis (to put a
> face to a name), and why this idea has been so influential around the FLOSS
> community.

I like reading recipes from time to time, or knowing where people go
on vacation or that they have posted their photos, as long as this is
people I am interested in (meaning people working on some soft I know,
or people I have already met IRL or on IRC).

I am more concerned about big posters, posting almost everyday some
long text and for who I have never seen any GNOME related post, and
who I never read anything from them except their blog on planet
(should I really give names ?).

People complain about the number of posts everyday and the decreasing
interest in reading the planet, I think that this is the main content

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