Over on her incomparable Slash7 blog, Amy Hoy started a poll asking for help tuning her posts for 2007. I think this is a wonderful idea, and hope everyone runs off to answer them. (If you haven't discovered Slash7 yet, go poke around the site a bit, then answer them.)
Finished answering Amy's questions? Good. I hope you're all warmed up then to answer mine. I'd like to make 2007 a great year for On Ruby by making it a great year for On Ruby Readers. I've got a feel for some of the things that have been popular this year (ahh, the joys of web log analysis), but I'd like to hear your thoughts on how I can make On Ruby a better place for you in the coming year. (Just cut-n-paste these four questions into a comment and add your answers.)
- Would you rather see fewer, longer/meatier posts or more shorter ones?
- What kind of posts would you like to see more of (interviews, book reviews, code reviews, tutorials, or something entirely different)?
- Is there anyone in particular you'd like to see me interview?
- What would you like to see change about On Ruby in 2007?
Thanks for taking the time to help out with this. I'm looking forward to reading your answers.