The launch of a new blog carnival was so exciting that I wrote my own summary, even though I was not the host. That job was very ably performed by Sara Jakša, who launched the carnival. The point of my roundup was to visit each of the sites and, by way of encouragement, send a webmention to each of them.

Naturally, I was very happy that Sara said she enjoyed it. However, it shames me that she thinks it is better written than her own roundup, given that English is my mother tongue and that I couldn't possibly have written it in any other language, unlike Sara. That it was also "more fun to read" is gratifying and gives me joy, the topic of this month's IndieWeb Carnival.

So, no desire to steal anyone's thunder, and happy to have been of use.

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