I came across GNOME blogs ( https://blogs.gnome.org ) where GNOME devs post their thoughts and opinions.
Though they are unofficial blogs, they’re interesting to read and I find them to be very useful and informative.
But, I don’t find them accessible. Meaning the blogs are not categorized by date / popularity / comments / topic / technology across users like GNOME discourse. I find GNOME discourse to be very good in this aspect.
Communication is an important part of an organization, and I think blogs are an important part of that. Apart from the regular discussions in Gitlab bug reports / merge requests / matrix and the Q/A in GNOME discourse, I think the blogs have their own space in GNOME and it should be actively promoted and maintained.
- Is there a way to index / tag the existing blogs, and present them in a more accessible way to the user ?
Some interesting blogs:
Tobias Bernard’s Blog:
For anyone new to GNOME and wants to know how GNOME works, or anyone who wants to see a particular feature added to GNOME, these blogs should be handy.
Michael Catanzaro’s Blog:
For anyone wanting to submit quality crash information while creating issues in Gitlab / Github / Bugzilla, this blog should be handy.
Felipe Borges’s Blog:
Note: These are just some blogs which I came across at random in the last few days, since I could not decide what to read as the blogs are not properly indexed, as mentioned above.