Wednesday, December 13, 2006

[blogpower] open posting from members

All right, this has been a learning curve [geeks wrily smile]. Seems I have to send you an invitation through the Blogger system but it doesn't like non-Blogger account people [might have something to do with Beta]. Blogger also only lets you send the invite once unless, of course, I go in and delete the invitee, then invite him/her again. This supposedly protects the receiver of the e-mail.
If you'd like to post freely here, indicate in Comments and I'll send the invite but you'd best have a Blogger account, just in case. If you have no e-mail, I haven't the least clue what to do to get you in.

8 comments:

Matt M said...

Off the top of my head, I think you have to email people an invitation.

james higham said...

Thanks Matt - I'll try it but what about people without e-mails?

The Tin Drummer said...

James - this is an appeal from the guy who thinks this is a great idea. Please re-send the invitation, as it tells me I don't have a blogger account and blogger tells me the invites can only be used once. Cheers.

Daily Referendum said...

James please count me in

Regards

Steve

Ian said...

James, is the "currently blogpowering" blogroll a blogroll as in Blogrolling or similar, and if so is the code available for us to put on our sites? It strikes me this would be an easy way to maintain an up-to-date and consistent list on those blogs who want to list their colleagues, not to mention including the facility to tell at a glance who has posted recently, and strikes me as being in the Blogpower spirit, although I stand to be corrected.

Cheers, Iant

Ian said...

And whilst I'm on, what is the correct way to refer to one's colleagues in Blogpower? I've considered, indeed, used Blogpotentiary, but there must surely be better options.
Ian

Gracchi said...

James sorry missed this the first time- but please send an invite- you have my email address its on the blog profile if you don't. It'd be cool to post. I'm a beta guy so I think my user name is my google id but I'm not quite sure how this works anyway.

james higham said...

Hope these things have now resolved themselves but the move to Beta seems indicated for this blog.