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On Friday, a week after The Washington Post announced a partnership with The New York Times and Mozilla to build an open-source digital community platform, we asked commenters what changes they would like to see in The Post’s digital communities. The thread of responses stretches more than 500 comments long, a productive exchange packed with […]
The Post is partnering to create a new digital community platform. What would you like to see it do?
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