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Even though the site is available from now on, there are a few things I want to accomplish before launching the site officially. If you feel something is missing in this list or have any suggestions of any kind, please let me know!
Requirements to launch the site:
Create an informative and good-looking header Create a functional first page Make some changes to make the blog look more unique Create a name/title in Chinese Create a functional category/tag structure Publish at least five articles in each of the main categories Write a title page for each of these categories, including a brief description Make sure the essential material from Snigel.nu is represented Make sure statistics are being gathered successfully Provide a convenient way for people to post questions or suggestions Have at least 25 articles in queue Provide information about myself Provide information about the project Provide subscription alternatives (RSS, comment notifications) Create a Facebook group Make it easy for people to share individual articles using various social media Go through and add links to this site from current Snigel.nu articles Update signatures, Anki information and so on Start spreading the word!
There should be a number of things that I should do but either have forgotten or can’t think of myself. Help me!
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