Talk:Community Updates/2008-09-17

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[[User:Gnur|Gnur]] 17:50, 17 September 2008 (GMT-1)
 
[[User:Gnur|Gnur]] 17:50, 17 September 2008 (GMT-1)
  
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: I was thinking about something like that too. Only not here, but [[Talk:Community_Updates|there]]. We will see. [[User:MinhHaDuong|MinhHaDuong]] 20:23, 17 September 2008 (UTC)
  
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Everybody loves Community Updates, but that's a huge endeavour for one person to tackle. So let us try a little social experiment here: ''community written community update''. I posted an outlined list of bullet points, and left it to everybody else to elaborate along the following editorial guidelines:
 
Everybody loves Community Updates, but that's a huge endeavour for one person to tackle. So let us try a little social experiment here: ''community written community update''. I posted an outlined list of bullet points, and left it to everybody else to elaborate along the following editorial guidelines:
 
* Include everything that was hot on a mailing lists at some point since launch.
 
* Include everything that was hot on a mailing lists at some point since launch.
 
* Limit each point to three sentences and one link.
 
* Limit each point to three sentences and one link.
 
[[User:MinhHaDuong|MinhHaDuong]] 14:20, 15 September 2008 (UTC)
 
[[User:MinhHaDuong|MinhHaDuong]] 14:20, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

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I think every new item should have a date added to it and posted on the top of the page. So that the newest items will be on top. And that items that are over a week old are placed to something like: Community_driven_update_old_stuff This way this page will be easy to read and it will be clear what is new and what is not.

Gnur 17:50, 17 September 2008 (GMT-1)

I was thinking about something like that too. Only not here, but there. We will see. MinhHaDuong 20:23, 17 September 2008 (UTC)

Everybody loves Community Updates, but that's a huge endeavour for one person to tackle. So let us try a little social experiment here: community written community update. I posted an outlined list of bullet points, and left it to everybody else to elaborate along the following editorial guidelines:

  • Include everything that was hot on a mailing lists at some point since launch.
  • Limit each point to three sentences and one link.

MinhHaDuong 14:20, 15 September 2008 (UTC)

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I think every new item should have a date added to it and posted on the top of the page. So that the newest items will be on top. And that items that are over a week old are placed to something like: Community_driven_update_old_stuff This way this page will be easy to read and it will be clear what is new and what is not.

Gnur 17:50, 17 September 2008 (GMT-1)


Everybody loves Community Updates, but that's a huge endeavour for one person to tackle. So let us try a little social experiment here: community written community update. I posted an outlined list of bullet points, and left it to everybody else to elaborate along the following editorial guidelines:

  • Include everything that was hot on a mailing lists at some point since launch.
  • Limit each point to three sentences and one link.

MinhHaDuong 14:20, 15 September 2008 (UTC)