15 Dec 2008 10 am eastern

Workers of the web!

Evolt.org, the amazing resource for web developers, turned 10 on Sunday, 14 December. Well done!

Editor Erika Meyer and her staff want to know how they can better serve their community. To find out, they’ve created a survey. Reader responses will help shape the road map for Evolt’s future development. Take the survey and help shape the next decade of Evolt.

[tags]evolt, webdesign, development, 10years[/tags]

Filed under: development, Publications, Publishing, Web Design

5 Responses to “Workers of the web!”

  1. Neal G said on

    Erika Meyer? Is that some sort of parallel universe version of Eric Meyer? Congrads Evolt.

  2. Erika Meyer said on

    Evolt.org is actually pretty anarchist… a handful of editors, a handful of sysadmins. No one gets paid. We all like to play in traffic.

  3. Joel D Canfield said on

    I’m not getting paid? Sheesh; no wonder my receivables look like they do. (Note to my accountant: ALL the evolt.org invoices get written off.)

    Erika is indeed from a parallel universe. It is slightly skewed, but very musical.

    The survey is useful. All seriousness aside, you should take it. If you can take it, I can, um, never mind.

  4. Stéphane Deschamps said on

    No, Joel, you are not paid. I’m typing this response from the island I bought with my author rights from the measly three articles I contributed to evolt. :)

    Actually my take on evolt.org is that it’s come a long way from what it was. Now I file it more in the “Cool URIs don’t change” rather than in the “Active” folder. Most of the people who shaked its carcass a few years ago (Joel and I included) have had possibly too many things to do, and well, here is evolt.org now.

    Good luck to Erika and all the evolters who want to breathe life back into evolt.org, we’ll be reading.

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