[p2p-research] Proposals - P2P Foundation Newsletter / Podcast / P2P TV
michelsub2004 at gmail.com
Sun Nov 8 21:56:57 CET 2009
I don't really see the point of reblogging in the blog, as feed readers are
pretty simple to monitor if you do it regularly ...
people also get them via twitter etc...
I'd personally be more happy with someone who would take one hour per week
to summarize p2p research list discussions for the blog, or someone who
tries to give soul to our Ning forum ..
On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 3:48 AM, Kevin Flanagan <kev.flanagan at gmail.com>wrote:
> Here you go
> Im working on a summary now will forward that too when Im done
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> From: Kevin Flanagan <kev.flanagan at gmail.com>
> Date: Sun, Nov 8, 2009 at 1:38 PM
> Subject: Proposals - P2P Foundation Newsletter / Podcast / P2P TV
> To: Peer-To-Peer Research List <p2presearch at listcultures.org>
> Hello Michael and All,
> Have you considered a regular 'weekly\biweekly review' post for the blog.
> A weekly post that summarises what was posted to the blog during the week.
> Would there be any way to automate it?
> Maybe people could subscribe to receive it via email as a weekly
> newsletter, maybe this could include a short written overview of P2P
> I think this might be useful to people who find it difficult to keep
> up with posts.
> With regards P2P TV
> What about doing video interviews with P2P advocates via Skype.
> for video and audio podcasts?
> Im not sure how manageable these proposals are at the moment?
> But maybe this might be something to work towards for the research
> centre in Chiang Mai.
> Any tech ideas on how these could be managed through the community?
> Kevin F
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