Please don't make planet.kde.org into a politics feed

Laszlo Papp lpapp at kde.org
Thu Dec 5 12:05:30 GMT 2019


Yes, I also remember myself that the argument for it was not to have the
planet kde as purely technical place, but also an opportunity to get to
know other people behind the scenes.

Maybe, an EV vote could resolve this situation.

On Thu, Dec 5, 2019 at 11:53 AM Christian Loosli <kde at fuchsnet.ch> wrote:

> Dear Community,
>
> I'm 100% sure this topic came up in the past due to the same blog, but I
> can't
> find it on the mailing list, so I assume it happened on forums or chat:
>
> currently the top blog post on planet.kde.org is about voting for a
> specific
> political party. I understand that in these times there are many countries
> with heated and important political debates, and some very important
> global
> topics as well. However, these already occupy all the news site.
> Now if every blog appearing on the planet would target a political subject
> that is very important to the blogger, planet.kde.org would be yet
> another
> political news/opinions feed.
>
> If I want politics, I go to one of these. If I want to read about KDE, I
> go to
> planet.kde.org.
>
> Please dear bloggers: there are categories, and you can choose which of
> your
> blogs do show up on the planet. I know that some topics are very important
> to
> you and obviously you are free to blog about them, but please keep the
> planet.kde.org feed free of it, so it doesn't become a mess where it's
> hard to
> find the content people actually go there for.
>
> Thanks and kind regards,
>
> Christian
>
>
>
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