Content_ed - 1:42 am on Aug 21, 2011 (gmt 0)
Everybody on this list and every website in existence has "Panda relevant" issues, including all of you who haven't had a site impacted by Panda. If you don't realize this, I suggest third party reviews.
The self-accusation business isn't for me. I'm not interested in spending my time trying to please Google's latest algo and have never designed for algos. I'm a webmaster by default, it's not a career choice:-) If our content wasn't good, there wouldn't be tens of thousands, if not hundreds of thousands of copyright infringements on it.
That said, after sixteen years of publishing online, I'm curious to discover where Google screwed up. If I thought there was some sensible change that would make our site better for visitors and for Google I would do it, but I've seen zero evidence that anybody has a handle on that.
I enjoyed watching the Daniweb interview, primarily because Dani is very likeable, but we don't any forums with empty questions or duplicate content to worry about, other than what's been stolen from us.