jenna_marianne: line drawing of a badger with the text "Why does delicious think I'm a badger?" (delicious badger)
jenna_marianne ([personal profile] jenna_marianne) wrote2011-09-28 08:39 am
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Delicious Drama Links Roundup

WIP. Links to discussion about nu!delicious fail, alternative bookmarking options (pinboard & diigo), and bookmarking in fandom.


Bookmarking Sites:
Delicious
Pinboard (fandom friendly, fee based)
Diigo (NOT fandom friendly [censorship & erroneous marking-as-spam on fan accounts have been reported], limits on tags [5,000], bookmark note text, tag limit) (Delicious Fandom group on diigo.)

Some alternatives I haven't tried can be found here: http://pinboard.in/resources/#alternatives (thanks pinboard!)
BlinkList
Google Bookmarks
Historio.us
Mr. Wong {PAID}
Pearltrees
trunk.ly
Zootool
A lot of bookmarking sites were researched and reviewed for fandom usage in December 2010 at this [livejournal.com profile] merlinkinkmeme post: Delicious discussion forum


User Migration Tracking:
Delicious → Pinboard username mapper

The Great Delicious Migration Spreadsheet


More Linkspam:
[personal profile] acari: New Delicious sucks stack. "what it says on the tin, using stack functionality for evil (griping, shouting, helpful links)" (and connected post using technology for evil)

In the comm [livejournal.com profile] deliciouslymad: Link roundups by [livejournal.com profile] murklins. "Since we can't use Delicious to track relevant links anymore, have a couple link roundups on the topic of new Delicious."

[personal profile] lian: quick'n'dirty delicious linkspam

[personal profile] somnolentblue: Geekery and Randomness, Links, Delicious

[livejournal.com profile] ursamajor: Delicious No More stack. "The new Delicious debuted today. So far, it is missing just about everything that made the old Delicious a cornerstone of my workflow. It seems they've had to rebuild everything from the ground up, and given just how much is missing from this first alpha (especially the social and crowdsourcing aspects), they have a rough road ahead."


User Reactions & Discussions on LJ/DW:
AO3 news: Delicious fail and the Archive of Our Own. (and at OTW here) "As the majority of fans have already noticed, AVOS, the new owners of delicious, launched the new version of the site today. Fans have also been quick to point out that the new site has lost a substantial amount of functionality, including some features particularly heavily used by fans, such as tags with a / in them, tag subscriptions, and networks. The new site is also incompatible with the scripts used by many fannish newsletter compilers...However, in the wake of all this, many fans are looking for a new fannish bookmarking service. Right now, the Archive of Our Own doesn't have enough features to provide a delicious replacement, but we wanted to let you know what we do have and what we have planned for the future."

In the comm [livejournal.com profile] deliciouslymad: oh my god by [livejournal.com profile] catechism

In the comm [livejournal.com profile] kirkspock: New Delicious Layout

[personal profile] anatsuno: Pinboard feature request - wishlist!. "Hey guys, so, Maciej, the Pinboard.in bookmarking service founder/owner, asked fandom this morning if we'd be willing to create a central repository of our feature requests. So I've created a public GDoc that anyone with the link can access and edit" (Pinboard Features Requests)

[livejournal.com profile] antennapedia: The new Delicious. Oh dear. "Woo. The new Delicious is live and I'm thinking it's a functional failure. Going by @delicious mentions on twitter this morning, I'm not alone in thinking this."

[livejournal.com profile] blue_meridian Delicious Changes (or Implosion, take your pick) and Diigo Censorship Heads Up & Delicious Migration Spreadsheet

[livejournal.com profile] bookshop: delicious, Delicious v/s Diigo v/s Pinboard, Social bookmarking updates

[personal profile] brownbetty: Just glad I already exported my bookmarks. "This post is for swearing about the revamped delicious." ; PSA: Recover your delicious bookmarks even if you've been deleted. "Emergency Delicious bookmark recovery technique"

[livejournal.com profile] christycorr: Yet another Delicious post

[livejournal.com profile] city_of_words: Subscriptions on Pinboard, or as close as I've managed to get...

[livejournal.com profile] copperbadge: Oh and btw, before I leave, I'd like to congratulate Avos on buying Delicious, a website that Yahoo was going to kill, and then overnight turning it into something that nobody wants to use anyway.

[livejournal.com profile] cupidsbow: Delicious fuckery and Diigo again, Delicious rant cont: And another thing..., The news of delicious today

[livejournal.com profile] damalur: dear avos, re: delicious

[livejournal.com profile] dossier: JHFC and boosting the signal: there's a way to get those bookmarks, still

[personal profile] facetofcathy: Delicious, how it works, how it doesn't

[personal profile] fanficforensics: On (not) moving to Diigo after #deliciousfail and No, wait. I really do want a bookmarking service of our own now

[community profile] girlgay: Femslash Delicious Recs?. "I know a fair number of people (including me) who subscribed to the femslash tag at Delicious to keep track of everyone's recs. Have we had some sort of femslash hive mind decision about where to move that to, if anywhere? I don't want to lose sight of everyone else's femslash recs, nor lose an easy way of sharing mine."

[livejournal.com profile] hermitsoul some whining and some contemplating. This is an excellent comparison of diigo and pinboard from December 2010.

[personal profile] impertinence: Delicious "is broken, long live Delicious. I emailed them all "so are you going to fix this or what" but I'd be surprised if they fixed the "/" functionality."

[personal profile] jennyst: Delicious "Fannish infrastructure like Delicious that relies on the goodwill of disinterested (or anti-fannish) parties such as AVOS or Yahoo is generally problematic - it's great to have free stuff while it's working, but it does leave us vulnerable. The OTW mission of preservation & access aims to help us in this sort of situation, but we don't yet have a full solution for all the things Delicious does."

[livejournal.com profile] jerakeen: I don't know what to do and Deep Breaths

[personal profile] julia_beck: Oh Delicious No. "But looking ahead: Do you think that a comprehensive bookmarking service from fans for fans, tailored to our needs even better than the old delicious, is something you a) would want b) would support c) can see happening?"

[personal profile] kaigou: What's On Your Wishlist? "I've been watching the spiraling storms of raeg around del.icio.us and its utter fail, and there seem to be about six different places that people are randomly congregating about possibly doing a fandom version. Consider this a welcoming home if you want to link/share for all suggestions in one place."

[personal profile] katikat: Well, fudge!

[livejournal.com profile] kronos999: AVOS!Delicious: The Good, The Bad & The Future

[personal profile] lurksnomore: So, am working on the whole delicious-has-changed-stuff-they-shouldn't-have thing, and this is sort of a live report of the test. Because I am tired enough that I need to keep my observations in one place.

[personal profile] musesfool: so desolate that no one where we're from would ever come

[livejournal.com profile] rageprufrock & [livejournal.com profile] mklutz: /report! and sadness, and anger (emergency podcast)

[livejournal.com profile] snowdarkred: hi! a post about the delicious situation

[personal profile] somnolentblue: UGH AVOS NO. "I used delicious to keep bitesized navigable; there are over three thousand bookmarks (plus a whole bunch at the kinkmeme delicious), a bajillion tags, and a whole bunch of bundles. Bundles no longer work (I tested a direct link). Stacks? A stack is a collection of links built around a common theme. To get started, visit the stack tab on your profile page and click “create stack.” Choose at least three links, add juicy descriptions, pick the best images, choose the layout, and shuffle the order of links. When you’re all set, click publish to share your Delicious stack. To me, that sounds like a completely different functionality aim, more curatorial than search-filtering. (To say nothing of the manual component.) Also? Key functionality, like editing and renaming tags, is apparently gone."

[livejournal.com profile] sophia_sol: NOOOOOOO and More on the Delicious kerfuffle

[personal profile] ursamajor: RIP, Delicious: Where do we go from here? and deconstructing bug 210

[personal profile] vickyblueeyez: Delicious Bookmarks have changed and I hate it. and Delicious Stuff


A few tumblr posts:
celluloidfloozy: The Letter I Have Written to The Delicious Feedback and Complaints Department. "I’ve had a chance to have a bit of a poke around the new site and there’s a few things I’ve noticed that have basically erased all the things I actually use delicious for...I’m really pleased you guys bought the site and it didn’t vanish, and that you’re going to be maintaining it and growing it, but without these features which formed my entire usage of delicious, it’s basically useless to me. So it might as well have gone under."

mattlingard: Delicious fail

spiritsflame: Personally, I love the new Delicious. Really. "I would like to take this opportunity to thank Delicious. I really appreciate the way that you have taken a user friendly, helpful and extremely useful tool and turned it into a convoluted mess that is nearly incomprehensible."


Reactions outside of fandom:
Dan Dascalescu's wiki: Hey AVOS, the new delicious.com sucks. Excellent summation of all the problems with the new delicious.

New Delicious is a Bitter Disappointment by Marshall Kirkpatrick: "Unfortunately, a lot of the best parts of the old site have been lost."

Oh, Delicious — where did it all go so wrong? by Bobbie Johnson. "When you’re rebuilding or redesigning, you have a legacy to maintain. Yes, that can be a pain — but what else was AVOS buying if it wasn’t the brand and the user base of the site, and the data that they’ve put into it? It clearly wasn’t the technology, which was the first thing to get thrown out the door."


Official Delicious/AVOS information:
Building Stacks on Delicious.com: Check out some excellent comments.

Delicious on Facebook

Delicious on Twitter

AVOS Blog posts: A New Flavor…Still Delicious & The First 20 Hours

delicious beta status blog: "Welcome to the Delicious Beta Status blog. During the beta period, this page will serve as the primary source for engineering team updates on migration issues, bugs we're fixing, and feedback we're receiving from the community."

Delicious Relaunches: Exclusive Q&A With CEO Chad Hurley

YouTube Founders Revamping a Site for Link Sharing by Jenna Wortham (nytimes article/interview)

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