Planet Awesome! Poll #6

Is your Planet really awesome? Could it be more awesome?

Please click through for Poll Question #6. Thanks in advance for participating.

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Background:
I am asking some basic questions in order to gauge the audience, relevance, and usefulness of Planet Ubuntu. I have my opinions, but I would like to see what the data says.

All poll results will be summarized and published here.

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Not an Ubuntu member (and can't post to Planet Ubuntu)? If you have a poll question you'd like me to ask, just ask (in the comments)!

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I don't know about any new features. But I have a technical question. When Ubuntu members have their blogs aggregated on Planet Ubuntu, is there a way for them to only have some of their posts (e.g., ones specifically about Ubuntu) being put on Planet? If there is a button that they have to click in order for that specific blog post to appear on Planet Ubuntu, maybe that can help to increase Ubuntu-relevant content. This would allow people to write about their wedding or their baby or their cat on their personal blog without having to worry that these posts may crowd (or dilute?) Planet Ubuntu.

 
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Sure. The planet uses rss feeds and most blogging software allows you to tag posts or put them in categories. See: https://wiki.ubuntu.com/PlanetUbuntu#Separating_Content

 

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