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Re: [cross-project-issues-dev] Eclipse Blogging

So if the blog platform introduce a reduction of quality about the CI or GitHub integration, adding a few more hours of delays for each answer, then it's definitely not something profitable to the community. If the blog platform has very low SLA, so low that its issues are never prioritized and it's always failing, then it means it will be itself of bad quality, often failing, never evolving, and will become a dead service very soon.
Also, many people will still fairly prefer to publish to their own blog, to boost their company or personal branding in the ecosystem, allowing them more opportunities. So I don't think many people will want to sue such a common platform.
Realistically, I don't think this is in the best interest of the community to ask it from EF.

Dude, lighten up. You talk about the EF webmasters and the infra like they are about to die.

About to die? Maybe he knows something we don't?  :)

Mickael's point is valid, nonetheless. We are trying to focus our energies on services that add value to the community. If it is decided by a large percentage of the community that an Eclipse-branded blog platform is what adds value, we'll certainly entertain it. Otherwise, we'd rather focus on GitLab, CI, supporting working groups with strong marketing and web presence, artifact signing and distribution and frankly, we need more security.

This is a great conversation thread, Wim. Thank you for speaking up. We need more of that.


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