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Poll Result: Poll Takers Spend Time Reading java.net Content

The results of this past week's poll indicate that people who regularly visit the java.net home page spend most of their time on java.net reading content (blogs and articles). The actual poll question and results were: Which aspect of java.net occupies the most of your time? 18% (31 votes) - Projects 2% (4 votes) - Communities 5% (9 votes) - Forums 69% (117 votes) - Content (blogs and articles) 5% (9 votes) - Other This outcome actually surprised me quite a bit. I expected projects to attract the most votes. But, it could be that many people who spend most of their time working on projects don't visit the java.net home page often, and instead go directly to the project pages. If that's the case, then those people probably wouldn't normally participate in our polls. There is good news for the people who spend most of their time on java.net reading blogs and articles. Things are finally starting to settle down with respect to our new underlying CMS infrastructure. java.net bloggers are becoming more comfortable with the new platform, and people are resuming their normal blogging activities. So, you won't be seeing as many blog posts by me pointing you to interesting blogs I follow elsewhere. Instead, our own java.net community will be filling the "Weblogs" section on the front page, as is normally the case. The other good news is that, after about a month of hiatus, I'll be getting back to p...


Date: September, 04 2009
Url: http://www.java.net/blog/editor/archive/2009/09/04/poll-result-poll-takers-spend-time-reading-javanet-content


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