August 29, 2010

Poll Question, Please Vote

Filed under: Uncategorized — Max @ 11:45 pm

This is the first in a series of polls designed to find out more about how you perceive the History Commons, and how it can do a better job for you.

In Web development speak, a “walled garden” is a site or online tool that is inaccessible — you can’t do much with it besides read the content. It’s tough, sometimes impossible, to interact with others on the site, whether it be other users or the site administrators.

That’s what this poll asks you about. Please vote, and please share this with others who might use, or be interested in using, the History Commons. And please comment on your vote in the comments!

(This poll is replicated on our sister blog.)



  1. I can’t recall. I have never found it neeessary to make contact

    Comment by Bob — August 30, 2010 @ 8:14 am | Reply

  2. Bob, thanks for commenting. Not everyone who uses the History Commons feels the need to become active in the Commons community, no problem there. I’m glad you’re involved enough to take part in the poll and comment on it. It’s more helpful than you may realize. 🙂

    Comment by Max — August 30, 2010 @ 11:36 pm | Reply

  3. The only walled garden I know about is the hanging gardens of Babylon, much before my time, I think, but still only in my mind. Unless you are “Humpty Dumpty” falling off a wall then I suspect there are not fairy tales here, but just in case I find myself in a cave “Opensizime”.

    Comment by dthorn420 — September 12, 2011 @ 9:32 pm | Reply

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