Subject: Re: [xsl] XSLTBlog.com now live...|
From: "M. David Peterson" <m.david@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 19 Nov 2004 12:58:23 -0800
I wish I had got to this sooner than now but http://www.XSLTBlog.com is now live and functional. I have used default templates for now but plan, when I have more time, to give it a look and feel thats a bit more of my own style. The entire purpose of this blog will be to post/comment on some of the more interesting posts to the list as well as to expand upon them in ways that are innappropriate as far as the primary focus of XSL-List -- or in other words, a place where we can discuss issues in an extended format that would otherwise be a distraction to the primary purpose of XSL-List, that of serving as a general support network for XSLT development. I also plan to post news bits that have a direct relation to XSLT in one form or another. If you are a tools or processor vendor and would like to notify me when a new release of your product(s) becomes available please don't hesitate to email me directly at m.david@xxxxxxxxxx As long as there is some sort of direct relation to XSTL I will be more than happy to help promote your products via this medium.
At the moment I plan to simply find interesting posts from XSL-List or some of the other, less active XSLT related support groups, and post them to XSLTBlog w/ any additional comments I might have. I will then leave it open for further discussion by the community via comments and trackbacks. If the interest exists for others to create their own "author" accounts so they to can create postings then I will consider opening it up as such. Please respond to me directly if you have an interest in this area.
The first posting is obviously just a test posting. As I get a bit more caught up with some other tasks I plan to spend some time adding some additional introduction content to help get the ball rolling.
I look forward to any and all comments you all might have and to extending the community into an area that as of yet seems to be unchartered territory for the XSLT community as a whole.
One last thing... This was a quick and dirty set-up. If you have any problems with the site please let me know so that I can get the problem taken care of as soon as possible.
Lets have some fun with this!