It has been a busy week at the Café's Facebook page because for the first time in months, posts are importing properly. We're using new tools to import posts and monitor page traffic, and will be posting new guidelines on what we expect from commenters and those who post content to our wall. Our biggest question to readers, as we formulate these guidelines, is what do you find disruptive?
If you're wondering where The Episcopal Café group went, we're shutting it down because it had attracted spammers and has always been more difficult to moderate and use effectively. That will take time, however, because closing a group involves removing each member individually. In the meantime, you can still share photos on the regular Episcopal Café Facebook page. Also, feel free to take advantage of our discussion boards if you want to talk about something not related to a post. We'd like to save the Wall for our fans sharing things they want considered for the Lead.
Primus of Scotland thinks aloud got some Facebook readers talking about bishops that blog. Some time back, we created an aggregated feed of bishoply blogs during the Lambeth Conference. Probably time to update that. What are your favorite Bishop blogs?
Some of the posts with extended (and not back-and-forth) commentary on FB include:
- Beyond God the Father: Scottish Liturgy
- Yesterday's Gospel reading (er, last Sunday's, anyway)
- Malcolm French on opposing the Covenant
Looks like things will be busy over at Facebook for the foreseeable future. Thank you for your comments and for bearing with us during our technology foibles.