Roc, can you give us a description so we can introduce the blog to the Planet Mozilla audience. See http://blog.mozilla.com/planet/ for examples from others. Thanks.
"The Mozilla Web-Tech Blog will publish announcements of new Gecko features for Web developers as they become available in nightly builds." Shaver, anything to add?
I'll take comment #1 as Asa approving.
yeah. go = asa
Reed, can you make it point to the new blog now?
9 years ago
Thanks for fixing this, but the old URL was added. Please change it to the new URL (see URL field) ... or do I have to file a new bug for that?
Reed said to reopen the bug
Sorry about that. Fixed. Seems I used the right one for the planet blog post.
Thanks. The link on the planet.mozilla.org right sidebar seems to still be wrong though.
I'm seeing: <a href="http://developer.mozilla.org/web-tech" title="Web Tech Blog">The Mozilla Web-Tech Blog</a> <a href="https://developer.mozilla.org/web-tech/?feed=rss">(feed)</a>
Yeah, it looks great now, thanks! For some reason I didn't see any changes to planet.mozilla.org during most of today. Then suddenly it updated with that fix plus a whole lot of blog posts.
Sorry sorry sorry. I have apparently given you the wrong feed URL. We want this one: http://developer.mozilla.org/web-tech/feed/ This is the RSS 2.0 feed which will provide the full articles, instead of just having the "teaser" show up in planet. As you can tell, I'm a blogging n00b.
Oh, please oh please, http://developer.mozilla.org/web-tech/feed/atom/ - with the Atom feed, when-not-if you decide to use a title that includes "<foo>", if it doesn't display correctly we can unambiguously tell whether it's because of a bug in WordPress or a bug in Venus based on an RFC, unlike in RSS 2.0 where it's completely a matter of opinion based on interpreting a couple of intentionally vague blog posts, "how other people do it," and some sheep entrails. As much as any blog on the planet, Mozilla Web-Tech is the reason why we spent several years writing the Atom spec, and it would be a horrible shame not to make use of it.
Thank you ever so much.