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

I created a while back in order to create a copy of blog posts written by departed foundation staff. Over time, this platform organically evolved into a blogging platform that our staff is now using to create new blog posts. I am definitely open to entertaining the idea of opening this up to our committers and/or community.

My recommendation would be to move this conversation to a feature request that someone can create under

However, I consider this an enhancement and it's not something that I would prioritize in the immediate future. For now, our recommendation would be to create your own blogging website. This can be as easy as creating an account on or  

I was just looking at and read the post of our beloved leader. Does it look like we already have something in place [1]?
Cheers, Wim

 Mike created a blogging website by creating an account on You can do that as well!

On Thu, Feb 17, 2022 at 10:20 AM Wim Jongman <wim.jongman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Doesn't gitlab have a "gitlab-pages" feature similar to "github-pages" ?

Any old static site generating blog software can generate tag-specific
feeds... I use Pelican for this which is dead simple: Write some
markdown, run make, git commit, git push to github/gitlab-pages. I
don't really think you need any resource/blessing from the Foundation
for this, do you?

They have to add the feed listener and EF is also concerned about the quality of the content.

Also, it would require some marketing effort. People must know about it.
Cheers, Wim
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