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#51 2010-09-26 10:41:57

baion baion
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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

Ok I will have those guidelines in mind.

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#52 2010-09-30 18:00:13

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

Can you embed RR with RSS feeds in the Arch Home Page? Otherwise nobody will notice it...

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#53 2010-09-30 18:01:15

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

Cape wrote:

Can you embed RR with RSS feeds in the Arch Home Page? Otherwise nobody will notice it...

is on the front page, under Community section, Rolling Release Ezine


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#54 2010-09-30 18:09:31

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

wonder wrote:
Cape wrote:

Can you embed RR with RSS feeds in the Arch Home Page? Otherwise nobody will notice it...

is on the front page, under Community section, Rolling Release Ezine

Indeed... nobody will notice it there.

Also, RR it's a time sensitive news provider. Advertising such a dynamic thing with a static old fashioned link doesn't sounds professional.

Anyway, i just bought Osmos. Would you like a review for the Gaming section?

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#55 2010-09-30 18:16:30

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

If I get quality news for free, I'm gonna look for a way to subscribe to them - like an rss feed. They're not hidden, they're on the RR page.

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#56 2010-09-30 18:20:28

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

No one will notice it? Tell that to the 188 people following on Twitter, 77 on Identi.ca, 114 on Google Buzz, and who knows how many email and RSS subscriptions. tongue

@Cape: Sure!

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#57 2010-09-30 18:26:28

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

Ghost1227 wrote:

... and who knows how many RSS subscriptions. tongue

According to Google Reader (I have no idea how this works) Subscribers:140
I don't know if it's for both rss and atom feeds, but it's pretty high anyway.

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#58 2010-09-30 18:30:30

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

karol wrote:
Ghost1227 wrote:

... and who knows how many RSS subscriptions. tongue

According to Google Reader (I have no idea how this works) Subscribers:140
I don't know if it's for both rss and atom feeds, but it's pretty high anyway.

Thanks for that tongue I'm still trying to figure out how to get stats out of feedburner for email, and haven't even considered tracking rss subscriptions.

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#59 2010-09-30 20:41:57

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#60 2010-10-02 14:20:21

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

i would like to interview some creative people who use arch as their main production-os. this would give them an opportunity to tell abit about their work and the community some insight in what is possible with arch when it comes to stuff like graphics, video, audio and the like.


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#61 2010-10-13 11:59:11

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

how the submissions are accepted ?

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#62 2010-11-08 15:07:56

baion baion
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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

kgas you submit your article and you wait until the administrator (Ghost) reviews it). If he/she accepts then your article gets published.
I have a question.
Can we write articles simply regarding some technologies? For example why using x type of software is good for you? Or are these type of articles considered to be irrelevant?

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#63 2010-11-09 12:24:48

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@baion baion go ahead


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#64 2010-11-16 20:00:32

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

Hey, can I get a copy of the Rolling Release Wordpress theme? I'd like to modify it, put my own logo, and change the colors for another site i'm working on. big_smile

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#65 2010-11-29 19:43:52

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

I know I'm late to the party -- I only check in once a month or two and make sure there aren't any urgent issues before I run an upgrade -- but I'm still a little puzzled as to where RR fits into the scheme of things (or the "schema things", as we database geeks say).  I see others have asked how RR differs from the wiki and I understand the difference between time-sensitive vs. permanent/updatable, but how does RR differ from the forums right here at bbs.archlinux.org?  Posts here are also time-sensitive, "fire and forget" announcements that anyone can contribute and moderators approve before publishing.

Sorry... really, I feel guilty for not jumping on the "yay more Arch stuff" bandwagon but when critical information may end up in multiple locations it means I have to check all umpteen sources rather than just go to one central site to get news.  Oh well, it sounds like y'all are enjoying it so I'll just go back to lurking for another couple of months :-)


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#66 2011-02-22 14:21:51

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

I like to think of RollingRelease.com as something more ephemeral than is good for a wiki, but that needs to have more attention paid to it than the forums allow. Especially given how fast the forums roll these days, a single post, with no followups, gets lost in a hurry.

That being said, I wish my Rolling Release post would get approved smile


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#67 2011-07-26 07:07:54

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Just a heads-up: http://rollingrelease.com/ - This domain name expired on 07/23/2011 and is pending renewal or deletion.

If no one contributes, I think it's OK to let it die, but maybe archive the contents so I don't have to use Google's cached pages ;P

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#68 2011-07-29 12:29:35

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

karol wrote:

Just a heads-up: http://rollingrelease.com/ - This domain name expired on 07/23/2011 and is pending renewal or deletion.

If no one contributes, I think it's OK to let it die, but maybe archive the contents so I don't have to use Google's cached pages ;P

Seems to be back :-)

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#69 2012-01-29 15:31:52

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

karol wrote:
karol wrote:

Just a heads-up: http://rollingrelease.com/ - This domain name expired on 07/23/2011 and is pending renewal or deletion.

If no one contributes, I think it's OK to let it die, but maybe archive the contents so I don't have to use Google's cached pages ;P

Seems to be back :-)

The website seems to be offline again, my browser isn't connecting to it.


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#70 2012-01-29 15:34:54

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

If you need to access it, check the cached version: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/s … en&ct=clnk

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#71 2012-01-29 15:56:19

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

karol wrote:

If you need to access it, check the cached version: http://webcache.googleusercontent.com/s … en&ct=clnk

I've followed the link, but the browser isn't accessing the cached version, all it's displaying is the following message in a grey box "This is Google's cache of http://rollingrelease.com/. It is a snapshot of the page as it appeared on 23 Jan 2012 12:26:06 GMT. The current page could have changed in the meantime. Learn more"


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#72 2012-01-29 16:19:32

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

You need to wait a bit before the page loads, it's about half a minute for me.

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#73 2012-01-29 21:20:36

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

karol wrote:

You need to wait a bit before the page loads, it's about half a minute for me.

I've managed to access the cached version, it took about two minutes for my browser to access it - thanks for providing the link to the cached version


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#74 2012-01-29 21:24:56

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

why do you even check the website? is not like is maintained or smth big_smile


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#75 2012-01-29 21:48:33

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Re: Rolling Release - The next evolution of Arch Linux Magazine

wonder wrote:

why do you even check the website? is not like is maintained or smth big_smile

I hope you will maintain a website like that one day. I already have a perfect name for it: Trolling Release ;P

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