First, thanks for the document, it's super useful. And now part of my ....
complaint ... comments ....
Well, I was in charge of the marketing team a while ago, when that was a
thing. The problem with the content was that no one appears to know who can
publish content or how it was managed. At some point we (and for "we'' I
mean "I") were redirected to the ML
fedora-socialmedia-members(a)fedoraproject.org, but usually takes ages for
the members of that list to respond and I never took the time to research
who the members are.
I propose to use a ML, it's simpler, easier to automate, and easily
manageable. Also, a pagure repo would work, since it's git based. The main
thing would be we need "moderators" that can consult Mindshare about
dubious content, and a set of guidelines (like the Magazine guidelines)
of what content should go. I would like to volunteer myself to do it, if
there is no objection. Reasons:
- I know a lot about policies of content Fedora related (I was a Magazine
writer, I've redacted the YT policy of content for the Fedora Channel,
and I'm the host of the podcast where content is a main characteristic we
think about what fit into the program)
- I have the time, since I'm not in any other committee or body anymore.
- I like twitter.
I have other things in mind, but I don't want to split this conversation
into several topics, better to keep it centered in the Twitter account
El mié, 15 dic 2021 a las 14:06, Marie Nordin (<mnordin(a)redhat.com>)
Hi Brian- thank you for putting this together, it looks great!
Till- I was also thinking "who would handle this?". My thought is it
should be people interested in social media who have the time to work on
this. I think it would be too much for the folks managing the account to
also be responsible for all the content. Perhaps we need a pagure repo
where any Fedora contributor can submit content, or even an Element channel
where folks can drop links and short snips of info that they want promoted
via the Fedora twitter account. (Definitely open to other ideas on how to
gather submissions, not sure if either of these ideas hit the mark.) From
there, the previously mentioned interested volunteers could edit and
schedule tweets at their own pace.
I think Mindshare should help to set up an initial process, but I don't
see us owning this work as a Committee long-term. Reasoning for that: 1)
have enough things we are doing as a Committee (and a long list of things
we wish could get to already) and 2) we are all heavily involved in other
parts of Fedora and have commitments in those spaces already.
Looking forward to thoughts from more folks on the team!
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On Tue, Dec 14, 2021 at 1:15 PM Till Maas <till(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> Am Di., 14. Dez. 2021 um 19:07 Uhr schrieb Brian Proffitt <
> Recently Marie Nordin, Matthew Miller, and Ben Cotton reached out to me
>> about the current disposition of the Fedora
>> Project's Twitter account, @fedora, in my capacity as upstream social
>> advisor in Red Hat's Open Source Program Office.
>> At this time, it seems that the account is not being regularly
>> though the three people above and others have taken turns to keep content
>> going. In my capacity as an advisor, I have put together a document
> The document looks very interesting at first glance. This seems to be a
> good answer to "how to handle Fedora's twitter". It seems to me that
> other problem is "who is handling this". Do you have any suggestions for
> that, too?
> Mariie, Matthew, Ben what are your thoughts regarding this?
>>  https://hackmd.io/@7quJg19JS_aOOHJ5Ih2BOw/rkFSuNS5K/edit
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