This is the blog for http://www.mathblogging.org. Mathblogging.org is designed as a convenient place to check on the mathematical blogosphere. On this blog we will write about the development of the site, as well as about mathematical posts we found interesting, and post the answers of math-bloggers who answered our questionnaire.
The project was inspired by scienceblogging.org, and its new face scienceseeker.org, which we admire greatly. However, the current mathematical online community which we try to accomodate is very different from the scientific community ScienceSeeker is focused on.
Which Blogs get listed?
We list all blogs we know, with the constraints that they are reasonably active, at least partly about mathematics, and offer a feed.
What if I don’t want to be listed?
That’s of course fine too. We don’t want to force ourselves onto anyone. Just drop us a line and we will remove your blog from our site as quickly as the code allows it (it might take some hours, sorry!).
How does the site work anyways?
We are so glad you asked! Mathblogging.org is now using the excellent (and open source) software SubjectSeeker. SubjectSeeker is developed by our friends at ScienceSeeker, a project of ScienceOnline designed to fill the greater need for the scientific blogosphere.
We keep this blog on wordpress.com in case our own servers experience technical difficulties.
Who are we?
If you have any further questions, please leave a comment below or contact us via email.