[theforum] Vote re: nofollow tags in articles

Eduardo Kienetz eduardok at gmail.com
Mon Oct 22 17:34:08 CDT 2007

On 10/22/07, Dean Mah <dean.mah at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 10/22/07, Paul Waring <paul at xk7.net> wrote:
> > I'm also unimpressed with:
> >
> > 'However, the discussion took place on IRC'

Freenode #evolt ?

> > I think that discussion about a change like this should be out in the
> > open on a mailing list, where people can see it (I'm often on IRC, but I
> > obviously miss anything which is said whilst I'm not there, which isn't
> > the case for email).
> >
> > Paul
> I would agree.  However, since we get so little participation from
> theforum, going to IRC is usually more likely to generate comments and
> some sort of discussion.  Look at the number of people that jumped
> into this discussion.  Look at the number of people that voted.
> This would be a separate discussion, but I am curious why people are
> even on the evolt.org mailing lists?  The question doesn't just

I'm actually lost :)
What is the structure (human and physical resources) we have today?
What needs help? What has something to be done?

> pertain to theforum but also to content, sysadmin, and desdev.  As far
> as I know, no one is even reviewing content anymore or watching the
> comments.  I don't think that sysadmin is actively doing anything
> including reviewing the snort logs, the logwatch reports, or the qmail
> statistics which make up the bulk of the sysadmin mailing list.  I've
> no clue what desdev is doing since the redesign contest and the
> rumblings of a Drupal upgrade and d.e.o is all but dead.

I'm "available" to help, we just should see where each one fits in.

Please comments...


Eduardo Bacchi Kienetz
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