Summary: Clarifications about how we are run and how people can help
The previous post spoke about someone calling Groklaw to open up. As always, Techrights welcomes post submissions from anyone, so please get in touch if there is something on-topic which can be posted here. Additionally, translations are always encouraged and they get added to our localised Wiki pages, e.g. for Spanish.
“We’re delighted to open 2011 with a steady flow of long posts that contain a lot of external references.”We never lack topics to cover (we have about 20 post drafts at the moment), so what we truly need is more contributions from people who enjoy the site. The best help we can get is corrections and new content. A lot of the posts’ content is conceived in IRC and some gets sent by E-mail (then attributed properly). Everyone can participate. One reader flattered us by suggesting a “TUG” (Techrights Users Group) some days ago.
At the end of 2009 we stopped paying attention to Internet trolls and other distractions, which made 2010 a very productive year. We’re delighted to open 2011 with a steady flow of long posts that contain a lot of external references. We work extremely transparently and take pride in it (nobody can ‘leak’ anything), even if our detractors sometimes try using it against us. █