on 2009-04-02 21:04
on 2009-04-02 21:45
Hi Martin, Sounds good. I'm interested: - Which other people or companies are joining you in your efforts? You mention ads, subscriptions and publication rights and I'm wondering which entity will be dealing with that. - Will there be an editorial board performing the reviews? - Who will be the readers? What is the intended audience, level and reach? Thanks! -- Roderick van Domburg http://www.nedforce.com
on 2009-04-03 07:00
Please, please correct me if I'm wrong, but weren't you associated with a previous Ruby journal effort that seemed to have an issue with taking people's subscription money and then not actually providing anything to them at all? The last I heard (which, admittedly, was some time ago) there was no resolution for many of those people. --Jeremy On Thu, Apr 2, 2009 at 12:03 PM, Martin S. <email@example.com> wrote: > > timely and accessible. > > demand form. (Pricing is to be determined.) > but will earnestly reflect the principles above to encourage expert > software or approach is novel and would be of interest to your > journal will contain community pages so readers can connect to one > Zones, and also write that site's monthly "Speaking Unix" column. I > Email: firstname.lastname@example.org > Martin S., Principal and Publisher > The Pixel, Byte, and Comma Company > Raleigh, NC > > > > -- http://jeremymcanally.com/ http://entp.com/ http://omgbloglol.com My books: http://manning.com/mcanally/ http://humblelittlerubybook.com/ (FREE!)
on 2009-04-03 18:46
I am just getting started and hope to draw in a lot of smart, expert contributors. Print on-demand will be handled by an online service such as MagCloud. Ads will be managed internally, as well subscriptions, at least at first. There will be a suite of technical reviewers to vet content. Again, the technical reviewers share revenue as well. The audience is computing professionals who earn a living working with these technologies. The audience is mid- to senior- developers, although some of those may be new to certain technologies, so we can introduce technology at a ramped-up pace. Reach is international. On Apr 2, 1:45 pm, Roderick van Domburg <rails-mailing-l...@andreas-
on 2009-04-03 18:53
Jeremy: I did try to launch a journal before, yes. And I made every attempt to return all monies. If anyone is still owed money, I will return it. There were some people I could not reach via email after the fact to return their funds. PayPal still has the records of payment, so I can verify payment and whether the person was made whole or not. Please contact me at email@example.com to reconcile any issues.
on 2009-04-03 21:44
Jeremy, Martin; On Fri, 2009-04-03 at 07:52 -0700, Martin S. wrote: > issues. Nicely handled on both parts. Best regards, Bill
on 2009-04-04 01:14
I went back to my records. These folks are owed $60 each. Hopefully, each person continues to read this forum; or, perhaps a friend or coworker will recognize one of the names and ask the individual to contact me. I can try some googling, too. David Alexander Muness Alrubaie Mark Andrews Peter Corrigan Douglas Fort Michael Flynn Jean H. Henning Jansen Daniel Jebaraj Shintaru Kakautani Christian Kebekus Daniel Kohn Alexander Lang Takahiro Maebashi Aidy Rutter Slipserve, LLC Mark West Masaki Yatsu Martin
on 2009-04-05 03:09
Michael Flynn got in touch and was issued a refund.