Do you enjoy the Scottish Roundup or does it annoy you because something has been left out?
Either way, it might be time to step forward and have a go at putting together the roundup one week.
The Scottish Roundup is put together by a team of volunteers and we know thereâ€™s no way we can ever get round even a fraction of the thousands of posts produced by talented Scottish bloggers every week. Thatâ€™s why a variety of people bringing their voice and view of the blogosphere is vital.
Itâ€™s not a huge job and weâ€™ll hold your hand throughout. We have a very helpful guide for editors that we send you that tells you everything you need to know. Then on a Friday and Saturday we send you nominations that have come in via Twitter or via the website or via e-mail. You add in some of your own from your own reading and weave them into a blog post for Sundayâ€™s Roundup. When you write it is up to you. Some people do it on Saturday late afternoon or evening, others get up with the lark on a Sunday and do it then. Iâ€™ve done both. Generally we like it to appear around 10 or 11 on a Sunday morning.
Typically it takes one to two hours to roundup the Roundup. Having said that I often get sidetracked by the range of blogs I discover.
If youâ€™d like to have a go, drop us a comment here or a tweet (@scottishroundup) and we can fit you into the rota. If youâ€™ve done it before, donâ€™t wait to be asked, weâ€™d love to have you back.
If you have any other suggestions for how we could improve Roundup, please also let us know.