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   - All blogs start out as "​unlisted"​ meaning that they won't show up on people.kernel.org/​read until you make them public -- but they are still accessible as people.kernel.org/​username. To add them to the global feed, go to https://​people.kernel.org/​me/​c/,​ click "​Customize"​ and change "​Publicity"​ to "​public"​.   - All blogs start out as "​unlisted"​ meaning that they won't show up on people.kernel.org/​read until you make them public -- but they are still accessible as people.kernel.org/​username. To add them to the global feed, go to https://​people.kernel.org/​me/​c/,​ click "​Customize"​ and change "​Publicity"​ to "​public"​.
-  - Your posts are published into "​Draft"​ by default, which lets you preview them and share with others under a non-guessable link. To make them public in your blog, click on "​Drafts"​ in the title bar (or "View drafts"​ in the menu), and then on "move into yourblogname."+  - Your posts are published into "​Draft"​ by default, which lets you preview them and share with others under a non-guessable link. To make them public in your blog, click on "​Drafts"​ in the title bar (or "View drafts"​ in the menu), and then on "move into yourblogname" ​next to the post that you want to make public.
   - If you want to follow people.kernel.org in your RSS reader, the feed it at https://​people.kernel.org/​read/​feed/​ (the last / is important). For just your own blog's RSS feed, s/​read/​yourblogname/​. ​   - If you want to follow people.kernel.org in your RSS reader, the feed it at https://​people.kernel.org/​read/​feed/​ (the last / is important). For just your own blog's RSS feed, s/​read/​yourblogname/​. ​
  
-===== C code snippets =====+===== Code snippets =====
  
-If you're posting a snippet, ​use "​cpp"​ as the language identifier ​(I know, I know) until WriteFreely adds the proper alias for just plain ol' c. E.g.:+If you're posting a code snippet, ​add the language identifier ​next to the opening stanza. E.g.:
 <​code>​ <​code>​
 ```cpp ```cpp
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