Dan Clough : Nick Andre wrote:
You're right that putting up websites willy-nilly doesn't help
much. I have only seen ONE new one (fidonet.io) put up recently.
Doesn't google prioritize results based on the sites people visit the most often? ..and from that, position the search results closer to the top each time? Among the collection of willy-nilly sites out there, certain ones would ultimately rise to the top and proved to be "the" site to get the right info.
..Keeping dead websites around
that contain nothing but dead links isn't helping anybody. Is it?
What is the logical answer, then? Yes. Put up a website with
useful information that will HELP people instead of frustrate
them. I believe that's all that's going on here.
We need to support fidonet.io at this juncture.
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