I am toying with an idea of how to decide what makes the list of BiblioBlogs. There was some debate about what exactly a BiblioBlog is a while back, and I don’t think that discussion was ever resolved. I could personally make decisions about what is a BiblioBlog and what is not, but I am sure that there is a better way. So, here’s my idea …
Using PollDaddy I can create a simple yes-no survey (takes about 2 minutes) that can be sent by e-mail with the URL of whoever has requested to be on the list. I can compile a list of BiblioBloggers willing to participate in these surveys from time to time. I can e-mail the survey and BiblioBloggers could take a look and all decide. This would certainly not require everyone participating every time, but it would mean that decisions about what belongs on the list is more representative of the BiblioBlogging community as a whole rather than the opinions of one person.
Anyway, I’d like to know what you all think. Do you think this is a good idea? And, would you be willing to participate? Here’s my opinion. We could always give it a try and see if it works. And, if it doesn’t … no harm done. Please comment below.