I'm quite pleased that you decided to produce & post the interview.
It partially resolves a pet peeve
I have: Web sites that have no page
devoted to what the Web site is about
. My peeve resulted from my years of providing a separate Web page (i.e., not
a mere side-bar
) that lists external
Web sites (e.g., CathInfo
). After presenting my own comments on each, which might be a mixture of laudatory-vs.-critical [#
], it seems only fair that I link
to a single
Web page on that external site that presents its owner's, moderator's, or webmaster's own
claims, goals, or other summary material. So as considered for CathInfo
, that would be a page where you might discuss your Web site's history and current significance to the Resistance, summarize the establishment of your St. Dominic chapel, and link to the </about
> pages of Bp. Williamson and each of those whom he consecrated. It's a Web-page suitable for more content than would seem advisable nowadays (if exercising the "further review"
of the season) to still be squeezing into each & every header or footer on CathInfo
Alas, a disappointly high proportion of quite useful external Web-sites provide no such Web-page. But when provided, it would preferably be maintained as a static
page, e.g., <www.cathinfo.com/about/
>, to be kept free from extraneous content
, including any & all follow-on discussion. Providing such a page has been customary on a wide variety of Web-sites for well more than a decade--if not 2. If & when you were to decide that you omitted important content that ought to be presented about yourself as moderator, or your site overall, just edit it in (then also please update that static
page to display a conspicuous revision-date, preferably near the top
, not the bottom, of the page).
want that page, when on, e.g., a Catholic Web-site, to be cluttered with changeable content, e.g., a schedule of chapel Masses & sacraments, a saint-of-the-day biography, nor latest news from Menzingen or the Vatican; such content can easily be provided on a Web-site's main page if one believes he must, but better yet, on separate Web-pages, e.g., <www.cathinfo.com/schedule/
> or <www.cathinfo.com/chapel/
>, or <www.cathinfo.com/news/
> (all 3 now hypothetical).
To satisfy readers eager to see the discussion that followed your original posting
, you would simply link
page to this topic
as posted at <https://www.cathinfo.com/general-discussion/interview-with-matthew-the-moderator/
Please keep in mind that I opened this reply by expressing approval of your interview posting. I know fully well that I have no standing to change anything about the organization of CathInfo
. But I would like to believe that a fellow "Software Developer
" would grant favorable consideration to the logic & merit
of what I'm recommending. And I have no doubt that you already know technically how to make it happen.
: Think of the fun you could have with F.E.
if ever in a really bad mood!