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Re: News distribution network 2.0



On Wed, Jul 29, 2009 at 05:00:54PM +0200, Steven Moix wrote:
> Hi all,
>
> With the past experience from the Fedora 11 cycle and the rise of Fedora  
> Insight, it was time to change the way our news distribution network  
> works, the main difference between both of them is that:
>
> "The Fedora Insight initiative is a "passive" way of delivering a steady  
> flow of news, while the News Distribution Network is an "active" tool to  
> push the most important news all around the world. "
>
> The new page can be found on  
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_news_distribution_network_%28NDN%29
>
> What has changed?
> * During the F11 cycle, we were supposed to write news to this  
> mailinglist, and decide which ones we wanted to send to the NDN.  
> Obviously, this was an epic fail as we never did it this way.
> * With Fedora Insight, our work will be more focused and streamlined. Our 
> job is tu put content on the Fedora Insight website, along with the News 
> group and other people; we will do this regardless of the NDN. Now we 
> simply have to select the important news stories from FI and send them to 
> NDN, so they can be published internationally.
>
> I don't know the English expression for that, but...on fait d'une pierre  
> deux coups. ;)
>
> Any comments on the new way I'm planning to use the NDN? Its goal is now  
> really to push the most important FI news worldwide, it's a tool deigned  
> just for that.

FWIW, it should be possible for us to select stories by some method
and tag them in a way that gives you (or anyone involved with the NDN)
a display of top stories.

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