| ||Offer HN: create a collaborative tech blog?|
60 points by alexis-d on Nov 21, 2011 | hide | past | web | favorite | 45 comments |
|Hi fellow HN readers!|
tl;dr: what about setting up a community blog about technical topics?
Sometimes I want to share my experience/knowledge on some subjects, but I don't want to maintain a blog which I'll update only a few time per year. So I was thinking that if some of you are like me we could setup a blog where each of us could share his thoughts on whatever he want as long it remains topics that may interest HN readers. Moreover if the quality of the posts is great we may have more visibility (what's the point of writing if nobody read it?) than if each of us as his own blog lost in some dark corner of the Internet.
Want to tell everybody why (vim|emacs) is awesome? Want to show us your nifty new demo in (HTML5|CSS3|WebGL)? Want explain some IOCCC entries? Want to talk about internals of the Linux kernel? Rails advanced topics? Python metaclasses? Lexing and parsing? Node? Something else? It's ok, c'mon guys I'm pretty sure we can do something together! We just have to use Hyde/Jekyll and setup a repo on Github. It'll allow us to submit new articles (via pullrequest, and discuss them before publishing them), and to fix already published articles (by submitting an issue/pullrequest).
What do you think about it? Would you be interested in a such project? Another questions? Just drop a comment!
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