9 Jan 2004
(updated 9 Jan 2004 at 09:22 UTC) »
Calling all SuSE community members!
Some of you may be aware of "blog planets" popping up around the place, such as Planet GNOME (http://planet.gnome.org/), Planet Debian (http://people.debian.org/~keybuk/planetdebian/) and KDE's blog aggregate (http://www.kdedevelopers.org/blog).
Well, I'm looking at putting together a "Planet SuSE" to provide the same service for the SuSE community, and I need your help!
Do you work for SuSE, or provide some sort of service (such as APT maintenance, or PackMan) for the SuSE community?
Do you blog? (If you don't blog, now's a good time to start)
Take a look at http://swamprat.homeunix.org/planet-suse/ - it's quite embryonic at this stage, but once we get a few extra feeds in there, it'll pick up, and don't be put off by the Ximian feeds, they're there to show how it works essentially (and hey, Ximian and SuSE, it's all Novell now, in't it?).
If you would like to be added to it, send me the URL of an RSS feed of your blog. One thing to note is that the RSS must contain a valid pubDate for each item. To see what it looks like, look at the RSS version of my blog, it's linked in the 'Subscriptions' bit of the page.
Once it's going, it'll be cross-linked with the various other planets as part of the growing planet community, I've had some feedback from people involved with other planets, and they're excited at the prospect of a SuSE one, so let's make it happen!
(Originally posted on the SuSE-Linux-E mailing list)