Le 2011-06-15 21:42, Eduardo Alexandre a écrit :
What you are describing are blogs and we are already blogging on these.
For example, you can follow the documentation blog which has published
many tips already and there are more advanced blogs coming. I also
believe that the main blog, blogs about different devs and their
backgrounds, the is now a marketing blog. We are also encouraging other
NL groups to start their own blogs.
I´m following the conversation about an international magazine.
Instead of making an international magazine now (for the reasons discussed as
availability, etc.), who find a portal to international news?
Initially we could have a website / portal (something like joomla, wordpress
, etc) that looks like site and not wiki) where we put the news, tutorials,
tips, etc. in each country?
We could have initially categories of tutorials, tips, news, events for each
of the countries want to have someone a user to enter content.
I think that makes it easier by not having to layout and make it more
What do you think?
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