On Monday, I made a post on the Slackware Blog, asking for volunteers to help me with posting. I got two emails and two comments to the post offering assistance, much better turnout than I expected.
Anyway, I’ve added three new bloggers so far: James Bowling, lssantaanna, and some guy whose name I don’t exactly know yet.
James has already started posting, which is totally awesome. I was trying to find some time to post about the recent changelog updates but James beat me to it. I think the four of us should be able to generate some pretty good content, but we’ll just have to wait and see.
Traffic to the Slackware Blog has been growing steadily. Especially since the release of Slackware 11.0 Release Candidate 1. The site gets pretty good placement on Google for a number of slackware related terms.
Well, now what?
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Sorry about that. I always seem to forget to leave my name. It’s Lehman Black.
Thanks again for the chance to contribute.