[Members] XMPP Roundups and more
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Wed Oct 7 12:06:57 CDT 2009
On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 7:49 PM, Peter Saint-Andre <stpeter at stpeter.im>wrote:
> On 10/7/09 4:05 AM, Nicolas Vérité wrote:
> > Hi all members,
> Hi Nÿco! :)
> > I would like the enhance the XMPP Roundups:
> > * I would like to write more text, as it is too consice now, I'd like
> > to ad more explainations so that the readers want to test and use, and
> > finally I want to give more credit since code is written by people.
> It doesn't (all) need to be done by you. We could find some more people
> to help.
> > * the spanish community translates the XMPP Roundup
> > http://www.jabberes.org/node/1139 congrats and thanks to you naw! The
> > french community tries to do so:
> > http://wiki.jabberfr.org/Tour_d%27horizon_de_XMPP_12 (work to be
> > finished, many thanks to Misc). Any other community that would like to
> > translate them?
> Not that I know of, but the existing translations are good.
> > * I am still open to your link contributions of course... ;-)
> I suggest that we could have a page at wiki.xmpp.org where people could
> contribute links and story ideas.
That's a good idea. In fact, I'd suggest that the roundup posts should
entirely be constructed on the wiki. Any of the members can add anything
relevant they come across, clean the text up, etc. Those members could add
news items themselves. One or more members (Nicolas and Peter?) can act as
editors, performing final cleanup and filtering before publishing.
The majority of the news items tend to be about projects involving existing
members. If those members added the news themselves, the work would be
> > To go further, the XMPP community members (not only XSF members) have
> > blogs, forums, wikis and microblogs, it would be nice to write about
> > XMPP more, like tests, with screenshots and screencasts, that demoes
> > the news and updated stuff we mention in the XMPP Roundup, in any
> > language.
> > What do ou think of it?
> I am not that interested in promoting the XSF itself, because it is just
> an organization and I try to resist what I call the "organizational
> imperative". Promoting XMPP technologies, especially good solutions to
> real-world problems using XMPP, is another story.
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