"Who's using" section on the Wiki

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"Who's using" section on the Wiki

Post by garvinhicking » Tue Jun 06, 2006 10:39 am


Please see what Jannis has done to that section:

http://blog.s9y.org/archives/128-Who-is ... l-new.html :)

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Post by Michael Harrison » Fri Sep 29, 2006 1:01 pm

The list is great but there are some problems with country selection.

English, Commercial and Finnish are not countries :-)

I know the USA is unpopular these days (I didn't vote for the joker!) but could we be in that list too? ;-)

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Post by judebert » Fri Sep 29, 2006 4:45 pm

We're covered under "English (American)". But you're right, that's not a country. I wonder if the list is supposed to be covering languages, not countries?

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Post by carl_galloway » Fri Sep 29, 2006 7:48 pm

I personally think splitting blog categories into location and language is silly, it should be one or the other. I'll give a specific example, if I'm a native German speaker I wouldn't necessarily know to look in Africa (Namibia) for german language blogs yet one might exist that I would miss. Similarly, if I'm Italian I would naturally look at the Italy listings, and might then miss any listings from the US or South America.

On the other hand I understand that people also want listings from specific countries so maybe its time to make the 'who's using' section searchable, and then get rid of the categories and use pre-defined tags instead. Place a maximum of 4 or 5 tags per listing so that the search results aren't manipulated and voila, everyone is happy.

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