We want to talk about del.icio.us. A lot. All the time. Mainly, we want to talk about how del.icio.us can enhance the fannish experience; turns out, that conversation takes a lot of weird detours. Things we have been talking about to each other in our own journals for a while now include:
Organizational systems (what we tag, why, how, how we organize/prefix/punctuate those tags)
How to make del.icio.us and LJ play nicely (auto-posting by tag, features of our ideal FF extension)
How to use del.icio.us to find good stuff (does this actually WORK? what would have to happen to make it work better)
Ways to use del.icio.us to create fandom resources (as an archive? as a reccing service? as a funnel to newsletters?)
Features our Pipe Dream Del.icio.us Will Have (let us bundle bundles! let us tag tags! Other things less cracked-out)
Things We Can Write To Make Del.icio.us Better (link validation, mass uploader script, RSS feed of awesome freshness)
This community is open, but we are actively recruiting! If you got an invite (through LJ or del.icio.us itself), it's likely for one of the following reasons:
We happened upon your del.icio.us account and thought it looked interesting/well-organized/completely obsessive
We were stalking the comments of some del-related LJ post and you said something insane like, "yeah, every night before I go to bed, I un-bundle all my tags and re-bundle them from scratch so I am sure I haven't missed anything."
If you are someone who spends a lot of time on del.icio.us, or who WANTS to spend a lot of time on del.icio.us, this community is for you! It could be fun, or we could all just drive each other increasingly deliciously mad. (Ahem.)
Also, note that while we do have control over some of this stuff (we can write scripts and obviously we can change our own organizational systems, that sort of thing), we're not trying to Make Any Decisions or Speak For The Community or anything. We're not doing Serious Academic Research or writing any papers. We just think it's interesting, and we want to talk about it. All the time. You can tell because I've already said that once. Therefore, it must be true!
POSTING RULES 1. Your post must be somehow related to del.icio.us. 2. ...that's really it. The mods reserve the right to delete irrelevant posts.