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Version:1.4
Last-Modified:2005/03/11 14:18:17
Last-Modified:2005/03/11 14:18:17
Author:Daniel Drake <dsd at gentoo.org>
Type:Standards Track
Content-Type:text/x-rst
Content-Type:text/x-rst
Created:24-Oct-2004

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Status

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The new Planet Gentoo [1] came online 10-Mar-2005, so this GLEP is now Final.

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Credits

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Credits

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Abstract

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Abstract

This GLEP proposes the creation of "Planet Gentoo", a new section of the gentoo.org website. It would aggregate weblogs (commonly known as "blogs") written by contributing Gentoo developers onto this single page, available to @@ -88,8 +330,8 @@ We would also provide an installation of a weblog engine for developers that do not currently have their own weblog.

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Motivation

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Motivation

I'm trying to reduce the gap between the Gentoo user and development communities.

Many large open source projects and software distributors have their own @@ -108,8 +350,8 @@ keep track of what other developers are working on and promote more collaboration amongst each other.

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Specification

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Specification

The proposed design is an installation of Planetplanet [4] at a part of the gentoo.org infrastructure, e.g. http://planet.gentoo.org

We would also provide an installation of Wordpress [5] or a similar weblogging @@ -117,8 +359,8 @@ move their log to an official Gentoo hosted website. This could be provided at (e.g.) http://weblogs.gentoo.org

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Rationale

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Rationale

Planetplanet [4] is simply a weblog aggregator written in python. It is executed as a cronjob and fetches content from all the weblogs it has been asked to, postprocesses and aggregates them into a single html file (based on @@ -180,77 +422,78 @@ planet will be deemed as not having met its target, and appropriate action can be taken if the planet appears to be harming our image.

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Backwards Compatibility

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