[Product-Developers] planet.plone.org cleanup - everyone with a blog on Planet Plone needs to read this

Martin Aspeli optilude+lists at gmail.com
Wed Feb 29 15:34:02 UTC 2012


On 29 February 2012 13:09, derek <auspex at pointerstop.ca> wrote:
> On Feb 28, 1:03 pm, Alex Clark <acl... at aclark.net> wrote:
>>
>> The planet feed may lose its relevance which is not what we want.
>>
>> > It's one thing to suggest
>> > that people whose feeds are generating errors should fix them, it's
>> > something far different to advocate censoring the content.
>>
>> Most planet feeds (including ours, I believe) have fairly strict
>> policies about the type of content they aggregate. I am on three planet
>> feeds at the moment:
>>
>> - plone
>> - python
>> - mozilla
>>
>> If I were to overload Python or Mozilla with Plone posts, I would expect
>> to be removed. So it's not as much about censorship (which is a bit of a
>> loaded term)
>
> I understand that (and the loaded term was purely intentional), but to
> call for removing _all_ non-Plone content is above and beyond. I've
> learned about far more than Plone from guys like you & Martin Aspeli.
> The criteria should not be whether a post is _about_ Plone but whether
> it's _relevant_ to Plone users.

+1

The volume is nowhere near enough for people to have cause to be
offended if they read a few things that are not specifically about
Plone.

Martin


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