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Re: tweet? share site activity

From: <jonathan@garbee.me>
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2012 12:02:38 -0400
To: <public-webplatform@w3.org>
Message-ID: <bfa2c19875b32484753f9649823de58b@garbee.me>
 

Well, we are encouraging a summary for all edits. Some people might
also not say "typo" in their summary for fixing those so it isn't
exactly all catching. Perhaps a way around this is to just set it up for
every edit but have it go to another Twitter account like
WebPlatform_edits That way only those who want that content will get it
and the main account will be left for real tweets. 

On 18.10.2012
11:59am, Janet Swisher wrote: 

> Or perhaps only changes that have
change comments? (And filter out ones with "typo" in the comment) 
> 
>
On 10/18/12 10:50 AM, jonathan@garbee.me [2] wrote: 
> 
>> I think that
could end up being too much at times. Perhaps if we could say tweet
every X edit or something it would be less spammy? 
>> 
>> On 18.10.2012
01:24am, Paul Irish wrote: 
>> 
>>> I wondered if we could share the
sort of activity going on in the site via a tweet/G+/etc 
>>> 
>>>> If
you're interested in the ongoing activity, check out the recent edits:
http://docs.webplatform.org/w/index.php?namespace=0&title=Special%3ARecentChanges
[1] or drop by #webplatform on freenode IRC
>>> 
>>> It's quite fun to
watch this edit stream on a daily basis. 
>>> Cheers




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http://docs.webplatform.org/w/index.php?namespace=0&amp;title=Special%3ARecentChanges
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mailto:jonathan@garbee.me
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