Talk:Platforms and Sites
My immediate goal for this page is to capture information. I'm thinking unstructured is better than overly structured (e.g., a table) for now. Let's see how the information wants to shape itself.
This desperately wants entries and more details, links to description pages, and/or more. Thoughts on templates and information to capture are very much appreciated. Briefly I'm leaning to:
- Size (total users, MAU)
- Plexodus communitie(s) / tag(s)
At the Google+ Mass Migration community, John Lewis included:
- Ads (yes/no)
- Open Source
... and a couple of other items. I'm about to try reaping info from various submissions there.
I am more than open to alternate presentations here, but we need something.
14 October 2018: Excessive edits or worse
I reverted a set of edits which weren't clearly positive and may have been inserting referral spam. Please don't do this.
Structure and heading titles were changed without explanation as well, and judgements of sites without any clear basis. These are not helpful.
2018-10-19: Social Bookmarking, Chip in on the CleanTalk costs?
- Does social bookmarking need a line item on the list of platforms? I'm looking at them know to collect the wealth of posts I'm reading re: social media, digital community building et cetera. I really feel like this wiki could serve as a cleaning house but I'm needing something personally as I research and gauge my own needs. Maybe this line of thinking is too meta?
- I'm digging the CleanTalk service - if it's as robust and easy as it seems, it really changes my attitudes about self hosting. Y'all need anyone to chip in and help with that cost?
-- Thom Thomas, not logged in, on my phone, wishing I had my laptop nearby -- 18.104.22.168 05:46, 20 October 2018 (CEST)