[theforum] whither deo..?

Martin Burns martin at easyweb.co.uk
Mon Sep 18 12:22:34 CDT 2006

It's been suggested a few times in my hearing that DEO (directory.evolt.org) is:

1) A lot of work to manage
2) A magnet for spammers
3) Not bringing a lot of value to evolters (for useful and topical links,
   personally I find the ongoing and spamfree zeitgeist of spool.evolt.org
   much more useful, but the spool is likely heavily used by a small number of

and therefore, we should kill it.

So, entirely open questions: 

1) is the above set of assertions correct?
2) is the conclusion also correct?


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