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16th
Sep 2014
Vsevolod Strukchinsky
@floatdrop
Sep 16 2014 07:13
@jitendravyas this is photo of Ashdod port, which located in the southern distinct of Israel (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ashdod)
Yelena Jetpyspayeva
@mursya
Sep 16 2014 14:03
@apsavin because there are sooooo many! 2 years ago on the conference in Saint Petersburg I have heard a speech with the report saying there are more than 9000 in Runet. For sure, you can take Yandex services http://www.yandex.ru/all and check. Why do you need them all listed? Examples? Ask people here to provide you with links. For instance, @voischev and their web studio do a lot sites build with b in Voronezh; he can give you links.
Yelena Jetpyspayeva
@mursya
Sep 16 2014 14:10
@jitendravyas as you look on the net, there are a lot of articles and blogposts written by developers, mostly about CSS and BEM-like class naming. You can ask them to provide you links of their works/websites. we can't possibly list all and why listing if they are growing bigger? we are not a cataloging system or duplicating search engine something ;) we are very small tech team. what we recently did for the community apart from all the tools and libraries and docs is the page about community open sourced projects http://ru.bem.info/built-with-b/ its in Russian only for now and we still need help with translating. Would be great to help us do something like this @matmuchrapna @floatdrop instead of building another bem.info ;)
Alexander Savin
@apsavin
Sep 16 2014 15:37
@mursya I didn't say that it's bad.
@matmuchrapna and @floatdrop, as I can see, are trying to build something more simple and attractive for newbies than bem.info, and I think that it's a great idea to have several sites about BEM, each with it's own aims, instead of one big.
Vsevolod Strukchinsky
@floatdrop
Sep 16 2014 15:52
thanks, @apsavin — I could not have said better myself :dog:
Sergey Berezhnoy
@veged
Sep 16 2014 16:53
@apsavin @floatdrop I really hope we gonna get many good sites instead of bad one — not many underdeveloped instead of densely developed one (on the contrary)