[Foundation-l] Planet Wikimedia: Add your blog feeds

Tomasz Ganicz polimerek at gmail.com
Sun Mar 11 11:49:44 UTC 2007

2007/3/11, Erik Moeller <erik at wikimedia.org>:
> We have just launched http://planet.wikimedia.org/ , which is an
> aggregator for all on-topic wiki-related weblog (blog) posts by
> participants in Wikimedia projects. The planet can be found at:
> http://planet.wikimedia.org/
> To get added, please follow the instructions at:
> http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Planet_Wikimedia
> This is a kind of beta test, and right now, the planet is in the
> English language; however, I have prepared a process for requesting
> new languages to be set up here:
> http://meta.wikimedia.org/wiki/Planet_Wikimedia/New_language
> So please add your support if you wish to aggregate blog posts in
> another language.
> Again, this is for on-topic posts, not for diary entries. All feeds
> must either point to a blog which is almost exclusively about wikis,
> or filtered (WordPress, Blogger and other common blog engines all
> support filtered feeds by categorizing your posts, e.g., adding the
> "wiki" category to all posts which you want to be included in the
> planet). If this makes you feel uncomfortable, you can (in addition or
> in substitution) add your blog to http://wikiblogplanet.com/ , which
> does not filter posts for on-topicness. WikiBlogPlanet is run
> independently by Nick Jenkins.
> I hope that this new tool will allow us to share useful and
> interesting information, as well as opinions, more effectively across
> project boundaries.
> --
> Peace & Love,
> Erik
> DISCLAIMER: This message does not represent an official position of
> the Wikimedia Foundation or its Board of Trustees.
> "An old, rigid civilization is reluctantly dying. Something new, open,
> free and exciting is waking up." -- Ming the Mechanic

There is similar Polish project which was established around a year ago. See:


Tomek "Polimerek" Ganicz

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