[Ambassadors] The use of social networks
achrg at fedoraproject.org
Sun Jul 8 23:34:15 UTC 2012
There is also a Fedora Ambassadors Group on Linkedin if you just search
"Fedora Ambassadors". The link is
2012/7/7 Jayson Rowe <jayson.rowe at gmail.com>
> On Sat, Jul 7, 2012 at 8:50 AM, Kévin Raymond <shaiton at fedoraproject.org>
> > Hi there,
> > I am not involved in other social things than the Fedora Planet and
> > our mailing lists… So this email is about an idea that I won't resolve
> > by myself :).
> > We just had an IRC discussion about the use of our social network on
> > Couldn't we set up a broadcasting service to publish on our official
> > Facebook, Google+, identi.ca and Twitter pages?
> > Like what is sent through the announce mailing list, or to auto-send
> > announce message about the beta availability, the release day…
> > Also shooting the release notes link would be great, has people still
> > come asking "Is there anybody know where to get the info about the new
> > features and capability of fedora 17?" (just this morning on -docs).
> > There could also be something that I am not aware of..
> > Cheers,
> > --
> > Kévin Raymond
> > (shaiton)
> > GPG-Key: A5BCB3A2
> > --
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> I know there are a couple of G+ pages (not sure if they are 'official'):
> (The first one only seems to have activity on it).
> There is also a twitter feed here:
> I do not know who is responsible for updating to these.
> I also just learned of two Facebook groups via Christoph Wickert this
> I'm happy to help with these any way I can, if help is needed.
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