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From Gary Martin <>
Subject Re: Announcing releases: where our users are
Date Wed, 23 Jan 2013 14:23:05 GMT
Yes, it could be a fair amount of work.

For the specific case of mentioning a release, I probably would not want 
to increase the workload on a release manager to come up with more words 
to describe future plans, use cases and similar details. With such a 
channel, I would probably just be making sure that the release 
announcement automatically appears there. This limits the usefulness 
unless people are willing to put more time in generally.


On 23/01/13 13:17, Joachim Dreimann wrote:
> I think blog postings could be a good way to get the word out on Bloodhound.
> Running our own blog however is non-trivial in the ongoing commitment
> required. We would also still need to build an audience, the lack of which
> is the very reason I started this thread.
> So instead I'd prefer if we contribute individual posts, or a series or
> posts, to already established blogs - as guest authors for example? We
> could approach any Trac, Python, ASF or Open Source Software blog for
> example to see if they're interested. What about plugins we 'consume' or
> the search library we're integrating? (Solr?)
> - Joe
> On 23 January 2013 12:13, Andrej Golcov <> wrote:
>> What about establishing a BH blog with where we can share release
>> announcements with more details, describe use cases, future plans etc?
>> IMHO, blog presents information in more readable format than mail archive.
>> looks like an appropriate place for such blog.
>> Regards, Andrej

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