Call for Performancing Authors

As some of you will have noticed, we’re working like hell on Partners right now, and are not spending as much time as usual on putting out posts for the Performancing community.

We’ve had some great contributions over the last few weeks, but we could certainly use a hand right now. So, Performancing Authors past, present and yet to be, give us hand!

On the right, hit the ‘create content’ link or use PFF of course 🙂 If you know a little about blogging, or related pro blogging topics it would be great to hear from you, not to mention appreciated right now!

If you’re not happy just jumping in and submitting a topic, feel free to email me at [email protected] to run an idea post me or just discuss what you might like to write for the perf folks.

Thanks everyone! Normal service will be resumed in October with a bit of luck heh…

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4 thoughts on “Call for Performancing Authors

  1. I am just and really curious if people would be interested. I don’t expect the team to offer support 🙂

  2. Markus that sounds like an interesting project, but probably a bit complicated bearing in mind we’re up to our eyes in developing partners right now…

    Easton, sounds good, and thanks!

    Thanks aswell to Brian for already getting something cool up on the homepage!

  3. I actually had just bookmarked my Performancing blog to post again there (it’s been too long) when I saw your post.

  4. I would love to test out some ‘tribal approach’. Any idea how to implement a group writing workflow in Drupal?

    1. Somebody requests a topic (maybe through exchange?)
    2. One or more authors jump on that train and deliver some drafts
    3. The group reflects on the drafts and single authors do some polishing like throw in link lists or recommended readings and publish a first release candidate.
    4. The comments will show what is missing and those points could still be added to the final article.

    It is complicated and it will take longer to publish the final result but I am sure that polishing articles will add value.

    Does that make sense?

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