jnalley at jnalley.com
Wed Jun 2 14:37:04 UTC 2010
Yay! Very exciting, thanks Paul!
Regarding an alias, I thought of these:
twitter at fp.o
socialmedia at fp.o - multi-purpose/reusable
Someone will need to initially add it to their own individual
hootsuite account using the credentials for that twitter account. Once
that's done, said individual can create a "team" and grant others
similar status and permissions.
As far as transitioning users, my initial thoughts (for whatever
little that may be worth) would be to issue multiple tweets from
@fedora_linux properly-timed and spaced apart admonishing followers to
follow @fedora as that will be where all further tweets would emanate
An additional idea that I had would be to procure an existing or
newly-created image to serve as the twitter background when folks
visit the twitter page(s) in their browser. Thoughts?
On Wed, Jun 2, 2010 at 8:18 AM, Paul W. Frields <stickster at gmail.com> wrote:
> We now have the @fedora Twitter account reassigned to us. Obviously I
> don't want to just put the password here :-) but let's discuss the
> next steps. A couple things I'd recommend:
> * Establish an @fp.o email alias so that when the account receives
> email it goes to one or more people responsible for reading and
> acting on it.
> * Adding the account to HootSuite or whatever tool we plan to use to
> manage it. Ensure that more than one person has the ability to do
> that addition and other HS management.
> * Figure out a plan for transitioning followers from @fedora_linux to
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