My dear readers, I have agreed with ArangoDB to help them spread the word about their – of course open source – multi-model NoSQL database, and I will be using this blog to do that. It’s not going to be boring marketing bla bla, but I’m planning to write about things like tutorials, interviews with ArangoDB users and contributors, as well as the adventures of a “kind-of-geeky psychologist” (i.e. me) taking a stab at developing a data-intensive web application using ArangoDB.
PlanetKDE is not subscribed to this whole blog, however, but only to a specific category. Therefore, I can control whether these posts show up on the Planet or not. Since many of my readers here are rather on the tech-savvy side of the spectrum, I suppose that these posts might be of interest to at least some, if not many, of you, but I don’t want to “spam” the Planet with these posts if the majority would not be interested in them.
Therefore, I want to give you, my readers, a choice. Please vote using the poll below on whether you’d like to see NoSQL database-related posts show up on the Planet or not. Of course I can revise the decision later if I get a lot of feedback to the contrary on my individual posts, but I’d like to get a quantitative picture of the general preference beforehand.
EDIT: The results are in. 49% of respondents would not like to see any NoSQL posts pop up on PlanetKDE at all, but 51% are either generally fine with them or would accept them if they are related to KDE/Qt. I will of course happily oblige and only assign posts to the KDE category if they are in some way related to KDE, for example if I talk about developing Qt-based mobile apps using ArangoDB as a backend. Thank you for participating in the poll!
For those who are interested in all posts about ArangoDB, you can subscribe either to the main RSS feed for my blog to see all posts, or the ArangoDB category feed specifically to keep updated on all those posts in the future.