I ve removed him from the list. It certainly wasn t a focused message to this list so he s gone. Let me change the topic a bit though, what does this groupMessage 1 of 3 , Oct 1, 2003View SourceI've removed him from the list. It certainly wasn't a focused message
to this list so he's gone.
Let me change the topic a bit though, what does this group want to do
in the future? I emailed Scoble a while back about removing a spammer
and it turns out he wasn't even receiving moderator email to his old
Userland address anymore. So he handed the custodial cap over to me
for this list.
My two cents, this seems like it could be a great resource for folks
who are new to blogging and people that want to do face to face meetup
stuff but maybe folks are being served elsewhere?
So my question is, what would excite people about this list? What do
you want to see here? How have you used it in the past? Other ideas?
... I don t know. I m thinking that the weblogging revolution , at least as a force for communal experience, is pretty much over. There s nothing common toMessage 1 of 3 , Oct 9, 2003View Sourcejshellen writes:
> Let me change the topic a bit though, what does this group want to doI don't know. I'm thinking that "the weblogging revolution", at least
> in the future?
as a force for communal experience, is pretty much over. There's
nothing common to webloggers any more; everybody does it, and I'm not
any more likely to find kindred spirits in that field than in the
population at large.
I'm not sure how much "new to blogging" there needs to be. I can't
distinguish the "want to exchange links?" notes that I used to flame
new 'bloggers for from the acres of spam I get with similar
topics. The tools are out there and pretty easy to use, I wish I could
find a couple of people interested in solving the problems I think
need to be solved rather than yet another bad idea for "syndication"
so that we could do some cross-development, but nobody's building
their own tools anymore.
The face-to-face stuff would seem to be pretty regional, and the
SWABBERS list was the spin-off of this for people in the Bay Area who
just wanted to get together. Is anyone here interested in meetups?
Anyone here work in downtown SF and wanna do lunch?
Other than that, much of what I used to do on mailing lists has gone
... What problems do you think need to be solved? I m kind of burned out on tool development myself but I certainly wouldn t mind something new to think aboutMessage 1 of 3 , Oct 10, 2003View SourceDan Lyke <danlyke@...> writes:
> The tools are out there and pretty easy to use, I wish I could findWhat problems do you think need to be solved? I'm kind of burned out
> a couple of people interested in solving the problems I think need
> to be solved rather than yet another bad idea for "syndication" so
> that we could do some cross-development, but nobody's building their
> own tools anymore.
on tool development myself but I certainly wouldn't mind something new
to think about :) (I kind of gave up because it seemed like I was
just going in the same direction as every other weblog tool out there,
so why bother...)
Rob Tillotson N9MTB <rob@...>