[p2p-research] p2presearch Digest, Vol 25, Issue 40
michelsub2004 at gmail.com
Mon Nov 9 12:06:18 CET 2009
Yes, I like such a "best of" idea ... if someone takes it on, I'm willing to
On Mon, Nov 9, 2009 at 6:03 PM, Tomas Rawlings <tom at fluffylogic.net> wrote:
>> 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.
> An alternative, but related idea, might be to produce, by p2p means, a
> simple newsletter in PDF format that summarises what the p2p foundation is
> about and a few sample articles. This is then a good starting point for
> people new to the issues and can easily be printed out and disseminated at
> events etc.
> Tomas Rawlings
> Development Director, FluffyLogic Development Ltd.
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