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Heads up, Sphinn users: We've just posted an updated set of Sphinn Guidelines. Sphinn began by operating under what Danny Sullivan called his Common Sense Law. In the beginning, the approach was "to have as few rules as possible and build them up organically as they seem to be needed." As the Sphinn community has grown, we've built up those guidelines into what is now a more complete set of Do's and Don'ts.
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from MattMcGee 1660 Days ago #
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Publishing to the home page as an Editor's Choice for maximum visibility. Please do read the new guidelines, folks. I'll try to keep an eye on any questions you may have in the comments below. I'm also hoping to use the Sphinn blog to expand on some of the guidelines in the future. Thanks!



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from michddot 1660 Days ago #
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Nice to see how active the administration has been Matt. I for one apprieciate the homepage push for updates. Almost impossible to miss that way.



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from username1 removed by request 1660 Days ago #
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Everything sounds pretty straight forward and makes sense.



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