A New CFML Weekly Newsletter for You
Starting this week, I’ll be publishing the new CFML This Week, Weekly Newsletter. It will hit your mail box every week with the news, links and code shared by the amazing CFML community around the globe. Please do subscribe with the Tinyletter link below to get your weekly dose of CFML news every week. The Issues #1 is ready and will be released in next 2 hours :-) https://tinyletter.com/cfmlweekly
PS: As like you all I’m also a huge fan of Weekly newsletters. Since the CFML Weekly newsletter by Pete Freitag was not quite active for some time, I have started this newsletter and I hope Pete and the CFML Community will support this initiative.
Did you offer to help Pete source content for his newsletter? It seems like this sort of thing would benefit from collaboration, not fragmentation...
@Adam completely agree with your points. I don't have any second thought on that front but I have started this to make available as a new one without disturbing the existing. This will help each of us to give a regular weekly news from both of the newsletters in a unique way to our CFML community every week. If one misses then other will hit your mailbox for sure. I have the first issues released to 40+ subscribers as of now. I welcome our community members to get benefit out of it.
I know Pete and I have contacted him 4 months before for providing contribution to CFML Weekly but it was not happened due to some other reasons. Even before I started this weekly, I emailed and informed him that i need his support for this new CFML weekly. As you said I'll be very happy to include if he wants to aggregate content to this new weekly. I strongly disagree with the word fragmentation I'm playing with the launch of this CFML weekly. I'm doing this initiative with my own interest and want to server the newsletter in a unique way to the community. As you said if one weekly is missed for a week then it will be better to check the other one for news. It's an alternate for the exiting weekly not the fragmentation of the community.
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