On Mon, Nov 23, 2020 at 12:39 PM Luca BRUNO <lucab@redhat.com> wrote:
On Wed, 11 Nov 2020 17:09:48 -0500
Matthew Miller <mattdm@fedoraproject.org> wrote:

> Hey all! The @coreos twitter account is currently unmaintained.
> However, it has almost 100,000 followers. As with other assets from
> the CoreOS purchase, it's owned by Red Hat. They're willing for it to
> become a Fedora CoreOS account, which is think is better than
> letting it slide into the wilderness of cyberspace.

Regarding point 2, my (personal) feeling is that most followers there
came for a mix of Kubernetes, Prometheus, Tectonic, etcd, Go, and
k8s-operators (in that order). Even before the acquisition, interest
and news related to those topics dwarfed the standalone OS (Container
If there is an interest in keeping the account alive, OCP 4.x news are
the closest topics.

Hi all,

+1 from me to keep the coreos account focused on OCP and OKD announcements (even if it's mostly retweets) and major Fedora CoreOS changes (again, retweets).
I think it would make sense to keep the fedoracoreos account for bi-weekly release announcements and general changes.