Fedora 13 Release and Communication

Jonathan Nalley jnalley at jnalley.com
Thu Mar 25 13:07:02 UTC 2010

Yeah for twitter at least, we use Hootsuite so anyone that's been
granted access to the Fedora Twitter account can login with their own
unique Hootsuite account to manage and use the Twitter account.  I
think that was setup when Matias took over to eliminate the SPOF
problem.  It's features are really awesome especially in a
group-tweeting scenario and helps you to manage mentions, direct
messages, search feeds, etc... The Identigator concept and discussions
that went on during FAD sounded great and if we're rolling our own
thing I would think it's do-able to link that to FAS??

As far as the guidelines for what gets tweeted, judgement criteria,
etc...you're spot on. It's just kind of been whatever sounds good to
tweet in each person's mind AFAIK.  I believe some of that could get
into the target audience discussion we touched on yesterday in IRC...

On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 8:48 AM, Mel Chua <mel at redhat.com> wrote:
>> I was also interested in starting to tweet a lot about the F13
>> features[2] and any other talking points[3] that weren't just
>> features.  However, I came to learn that there's reportedly a series
>> of podcasts about to come out along the same lines and thought I
>> should wait until those come out so we could link to those as part of
>> the tweets/dents, etc...
> One of the things we're going to need to figure out early on is how to
> manage these accounts - there are two parts to that, (1) authentication
> management (more technical) and (2) content moderation (more
> publication-workflow-ish).
> Regarding the first: right now the login info is passed from individual
> to individual and it's not clear how that happens and it's a single
> point of failure which is dangerous. I wonder if there's a way to use
> FAS groups to control access to social networking accounts (FAS accounts
> to access some tool that can wrangle multiple microblogging accounts? I
> think this is what Hiemanshu and Ryan may be working on with
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Identigator) - just thinking out loud
> here, but we need a way of dealing with "what if our primary twitter
> maintainer gets hit by a raptor?"
> Regarding the second: what are the guidelines for what gets tweeted, and
> who pushes them? Having someone simply step up and say "I take
> responsibility for this, and the stuff I tweet will be the stuff that
> gets tweeted, because as the person doing the work I decide how the work
> gets done" is a perfectly fine start - and then over time we can figure
> out how that person can teach others the judgement criteria he/she is
> using to figure out what to write about. (We have done the first one in
> the past, we haven't done a good job of supporting the second).
> https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing_social_networks#Twitter
> Which reminds me. Matias, are you reading this list? We're talking about
> Twitter. ;)
>> [1] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing_social_networks
>> [2] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Releases/13/FeatureList
>> [3] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_13_Talking_Points
> Fantastic. Thanks for taking this on, Jonathan!
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