Blog Conduct for the Wild Wild Web

Apr 9, 2007 - 9:07 pm 0 by

Kathy Sierra's horrific blog comments experience and subsequent refusal to speak in public out of safety fears has prompted a Blogging Code of Conduct. Draft one, authored by Tim O'Reilly, comes with a badge and time for feedback for revisions.

The outcry against it is nearly as outraged as the response to Kathy's situation. Should blog owners follow a code of conduct or continue to blog as they have been?

Cre8asiteforums discussion: Call For Some Sort Of Blogging Code, Now That Was Inevitabl(y stupid)


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