Friday, December 7, 2007

Hello World!

We are Scala-Blogs.org. Welcome :-)

In an effort to realize the "grow together" spirit, the developers of lift have teamed up with other great minds in the Scala community to bring you Scala-Blogs.org. Our mission is to strengthen the community by sharing our experiences and knowledge so that others can learn from our mistakes and triumph along with our successes.

At Scala-Blogs.org you will find tutorials and articles written by a growing host of enthusiasts, each with a different background and area of expertise. In the course of only a few days, they have already made Scala-Blogs.org home to several intriguing posts. Take a look at the "blog archive" list on the right and begin your journey!

We want Scala and lift to enjoy the success they deserve, so join us in promoting this blog and aid us in our efforts to explore the potential of Scala; share the news with your friends and coworkers, blog about us and urge others to do the same, and, most importantly, read and enjoy.

So Digg and spread the word!

Welcome! Introduce yourself!

4 comments:

Rich Dougherty said...

Hi Dave, et al.

Scala-blogs.org looks like a great initiative. It should make it easier for people to find out about some of the interesting things that are happening in the community.

Just one request: is there any chance of moving the authors' names to the top of the articles? Some of the posts are quite long, so the author can't be seen without scrolling down...

Cheers
Rich

Rich Dougherty said...

> Hi Dave, et al.

Sorry, I mean Daniel. I got a bit confused there. :-)

Jorge Ortiz said...

I've moved author names up near the title. Let me know what you think!

Rich Dougherty said...

Looks better to me. Thanks!