Need to finish moving all the project-related (non-individual-specific) blogs off of the main Planet instance and onto the /projects instance.
is there documentation somewhere on which blogs are on the main planet and which blogs will be on the new /projects one ? I am specially interested in knowning what happens to blogs that don't exactly fit in any of these two categories. For example what happens for the blog of a localization team such as Mozilla Italia or FrenchMozilla? Do they end up being on the main planet, on the projects planet or are they no longer syndicated at all? The localization "teams" are also sometimes a single individual :)
Pascal: Sorry I missed your comment. The definitive list is on the right side of the project planet.
Looking to wrap this up maybe sometime next week. Anyone object?
Planning for Tuesday. Will try and get a blog post out tomorrow.
Created attachment 630395 [details] [diff] [review] diff Here's a stab at the cleanup. I think planet interns should stay on Planet Mozilla. While a "group", it's a component comprised of individuals and used as a building block. I think planet discretion should be exercised here.
Holding on this until we can get a last warning out to users via planet blog. But I'm ready. It's just a config change now.
r106022 Finally did it.
http://bonjourmozilla.fr/?feed/tag/English/atom Was erroneously on both planets. Deleted from main planet, kept on projects planet interns was also on both planets. I removed from projects since they are each individuals. We only utilize the intern planet to prevent duplication. They aren't projects.
https://developer.mozilla.org/devnews/index.php/2012/07/17/firefox-14-is-now-available/ and https://blog.mozilla.org/blog/2012/07/17/new-security-and-developer-features-now-in-firefox/ Were syndicated on both planets this afternoon, please can the entry for each by removed from one planet or the other :-)
Also doubled up for: https://blog.mozilla.org/sumo/2012/08/01/good-news-the-sumo-l10n-tools-will-get-better-with-your-help/
Anyone? Just had: http://blog.mozilla.org/sumo/2012/08/06/whats-up-with-sumo-aug-6/ x2 again
Fixed MozillaBlog/Sumo/devnews with r=reed in r108142
(In reply to :Gavin Sharp (use email@example.com for email) from comment #13) > Fixed MozillaBlog/Sumo/devnews with r=reed in r108142 Thank you :-D
Another that is on both: http://aaronmt.com/blog/2012/8/19/discover-and-help-test-web-apps-in-firefox-for-android-on-fr.html