Help talk:Blog

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Origin of the statements on this help page[edit source]

The help page as initially written attempts to describe the status quo of blogging on Wikiversity. There were about half-a-dozen or so examples of blogs at the time of writing, mainly written by more active users, although many of these blogs were discontinued. Users seem to have all voluntarily restricted their blogs to their user namespace. I don't have a blog myself and am neutral about the topic, but I can imagine that someone will one day propose the deletion of all blogs (I have no opinion about that either). --McCormack 13:31, 14 June 2008 (UTC)

I think it's rather more likely that a commercial blogging platform will disappear (as has happened many times before), leave no trace of one's data. The Wikimedia Foundation seems a better bet to me. As for editorial deletions, I think that any content relating to learning (which is a pretty massive scope!) is very unlikely to be removed. — Sam Wilson ( TalkContribs ) … 06:50, 8 May 2014 (UTC)

Vanity Fair[edit source]

There are so many places you can create your own page or blog on the WWW. It can satify your thirst for publication, for sharing your thoughts with others, of course you need to have time. The Web has become a Vanity Fair. (The preceding unsigned comment was added by Eglilan (talkcontribs) 4 March 2009)