random idea: QA group identi.ca account
awilliam at redhat.com
Wed Feb 2 21:42:26 UTC 2011
On Wed, 2011-02-02 at 21:25 +0000, "Jóhann B. Guðmundsson" wrote:
> > my thought there is that some people may want to get news from some
> > fedora teams but not all. We could just have a central fedora microblog
> > account (maybe we already do, I don't know), but it would have to only
> > post really big news from any particular team, or else it'd just be too
> > much and people would be overwhelmed with things they don't care about.
> > A team specific account would let us post slightly smaller news and be
> > confident it was going out to people who were interested. same reason we
> > don't just have one big Fedora mailing list :)
> Ah I think you misunderstood me a bit here what I was proposing was that
> marketing team has the necessary access and handles all the publishing
> stuff through the QA channels but any QA community member can give them
> content/drafts they review/rewrite to marketing standards then publish
> for us through those channels although I'm not sure which service the
> marketing team offers other community's within the project.
Ah, I see. If the marketing team would go for that, sure! If not we
might want to do it ourselves anyway =) I'll ask.
> >> I dont think getting the whole QA community to tweet post on identica fb
> >> and what not is a great idea.
> >> Oh btw arent you supposed to be our public relation aka front man ;)
> > well sure, but I'm trying to solve the 'bus' issue here - I could just
> > set up an account which only I had access to and say 'hey, here it is'
> > but that's not very community-friendly and doesn't work well if I get
> > run over by a bus tomorrow :)
> What I mentioned above would solve your issues with buses ;)
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