[Haifux] [HAIFUX Workshop] The Web Rant Workshop
orr.dunkelman at gmail.com
Mon Apr 26 17:59:48 MSD 2010
Even though we haven't tried as a community to approach such
webmasters on a regular basis, history shows that people approached
webmasters as individuals, and usually it did not succeed. Maybe
trying as a group would have a better effect.
Now, approaching several websites at the same time should be OK, as
usually they do not correlate and share information about: "hey XXX &
YYY & ZZZ & WWW all sent me complaints about W3C compliance...".
Moreover, history shows that long term coordinated events are harder
to pull over one time energy spike.
On Mon, Apr 26, 2010 at 1:03 PM, Dotan Cohen <dotancohen at gmail.com> wrote:
>> If you would like to have other means of communicating the current
>> "target", please let me know by private email.
> Orr, we should _not_ all write to the websites at once! It will be
> obvious that a small group of zealots is "targeting" them.
> Rather, it should appear to the sites that there are genuine problems
> that regularly affect everyday users. We should coordinate so that
> each site gets a letter from a different user every week, and don't
> even mention the browser or OS in the initial contact letter. I will
> gladly volunteer to coordinate this: interested users should
> "register" with me, and once a week (not always on the same weekday) I
> will send to them the address of a site to write to. That will ensure
> a steady flow of non-related complaints: a tactic that is much more
> effective than 5 complains all at once.
> I presented this idea before, and advocates such as Shlomi Fish from
> Linux-IL showed interest. I will organize everything now, and come to
> the meeting prepared.
> Dotan Cohen
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