Some more and less recent posts about the bitacle.org issue:
We’ve received a request for a ‘Stop bitacle.org’ button in the Spanish language. As soon as it’s finished, it’ll be posted here.
1 October 2006 -
Posted by stopbitacleorg |
How is Bitacle any more different from the other 100s and 1000s of blog aggregation sites out there which also do the same thing, i.e. aggregate RSS feeds and show it on their site?
Comment by Waldemar Peters |
3 October 2006
Blogger, please read our comment to Robin’s question, which was similar to yours:
Comment by stopbitacleorg |
3 October 2006
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