At last week's meeting, we talked about potentially using @CoreOS as
an account for Fedora CoreOS, which would mean the (large) current
@CoreOS following would start receiving tweets they may or may not be
interested in. I took an action to look into running a Twitter poll on
the account to gather data about whether followers would be interested
in receiving Fedora CoreOS tweets.
We could run a poll like the following (wording changes welcome):
Fedora CoreOS is the official successor to CoreOS Container Linux, and
the upstream project behind Red Hat CoreOS. We're considering using
this account to share news and updates about Fedora CoreOS. Would
followers of this account find these sorts of tweets worthwhile?
1. Yes, I'm interested in seeing Fedora CoreOS tweets from this account.
2. No, I'm not interested in seeing Fedora CoreOS tweets from this account.
We could protect the account's tweets during the poll, to ensure that
only people who'd be impacted would vote.
On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 2:27 PM Matthew Miller <firstname.lastname@example.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.
> Is anyone in the WG interested in picking this up?
> Matthew Miller
> Fedora Project Leader
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