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RSS updates, What We're Reading enhancements, Flickr stream

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Starting today, you'll see a few changes around We've made some updates based on community input. Thanks to those who have already taken our quick, six-question survey. Your feedback is very useful--keep it coming.

The most important change to the site was to our main RSS feed, Starting today, this feed will be updated with each new article posted to the site, not just the posts appearing on the home page. It's a great way for you to keep up with the latest information from

In addition to the main RSS feed, we've also added a feed for the “What we're reading” list associated with each channel. If you haven't seen the reading  lists, look for them in the right column of each channel homepage. For each topic—business, education, government, law, and life--the channel moderators pick relevant items from their daily wander around the web.

One idea is to let our readers suggest items for the reading lists in the future. For now, users are able to comment on reading items already posted. Look for the comment icon in the right column reading list.

You might notice a few smaller changes, including:

  • We added a link to our Flickr photo stream in the footer:
  • You'll now see your picture alongside any comments you make. If you haven't,  update your photo from the “My Account” link in the upper-right corner of each page.
  • The tag cloud underwent some style sheet changes.


We hope these improvements enhance your experience at We are always open to feedback.  Special thanks to the folks at Acquia for making these changes happen.

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Jason Hibbets
Jason Hibbets - Jason Hibbets is a senior community architect at Red Hat which means he is a mash-up of a community manager and project manager for He primarily works with the DevOps Team and Open Organization community. He is the author of The foundation for an open source city and has been with Red Hat since 2003. Follow him on Twitter: @jhibbets for a fun and shareable feed of his open source (and other)...