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[REBOL] Re: Opening a new blog about Rebol?

From: henrik:webz:dk at: 10-Nov-2007 12:49

On 07/11/2007, at 17.42, Alessandro Manotti wrote:
> Hello, > > I need a suggestion / opinion by you. > Currently I have a blog (in italian language) to publish some Rebol > news, > but more focused on tutorials, tips & tricks, How-to, etc... > I think it is interesting. For example I'm using our discusssion to > extract > useful information and publish them in the blog, like the trick > about code > optimization. In this way all italian people can gain more > knowledge about > this beautiful language. It is not very "famous" in Italy :-( > > I wanted to open a similar blog in english language, by simply > translating > my articles from italian to english. But since there are several > other blogs > in english, I don't know if it could be a good idea or not. > I wish your opinion. > > More: do you think that a blog in english language containing > tutorial is > ok, or for rebol could be better using other tools (wikipedia, true > internet > site, forum, etc...). > > I haven't much time, but in order to fill articles in my italian > blog ( > I publish solutions, hints, etc... > that I find > in my real life, or solutions to some problems that other poeple ask. > So I use it like a block note, to put solutions found to some specific > problems (and sometimes I create full tutorials). > > Can I have your opinion? Do you think another site could be useful > or not > for Rebol?
I think it's a great idea. I have a REBOL blog myself at http:// but would like to see more "life" in the blog area. A blog shows personal interest in the language and I started mine to inform more people about the language and to give tricks and tips on things that took me a long time to figure out. I don't think there can be too many REBOL blogs. :-) If we link to eachother, we can also help eachother. I would be happy to do that. -- Regards, Henrik Mikael Kristensen