What is the meaning of closed blogs on habré?


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Posts from private blogs appear in the main and in the new. Closed blogs anyone can write. Closed blogs may be read by anyone, as soon as I join them. The only thing evident closeness of blogs is that they have to join explicitly. In my opinion, this only creates additional inconvenience and reduces the number of readers of posts.

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Posts from private blogs appear in the main and in new only those who subscribed to these blogs. This creates additional convenience that reduces the number of readers of posts. You will not believe, not everyone likes to read through the post to the humor. Would be glad if closed made and games.
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To keep the technical focus of the resource, but not to let the audience to other websites.
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It often happens that the topic minus just because of the subject, which is unpleasant or confusing to some users.
For Example — Humor. The sense of humor of the local audience often leaves much to be desired, so it is allocated in a private blog.
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Moreover, the meaning of personally, I see it in the fact, not to show some content to unregistered users, for example, the same humor or posts about the habré. For solidity.
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as already mentioned, closed blogs reduce the amount of "noise" on the main.
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but they have a drawback — registered on Habre people can't read an article from this blog, and have to give references through all sorts of peeep.us
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IMHO, it would be better to let abrowser select "show/don't show me this blog", but for all to allow viewing on a direct link.
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