nyconice, I didn't know that one, good looking illustrations
Link Mauvehas joined
nycoso take a look at what we used to do: https://xmpp.org/category/xmpp-roundup.html
DanielThis will be good resources to build from.
nycoexample of things we can all retweet and engage on: https://twitter.com/DwdDave/status/959350202095333376
nycoplease like, retweet, comment, as you wish
jcbrandnyco: can you retweet this as @xmpp? https://twitter.com/daniel_gakwaya/status/959397779574583296
jcbrandBTW, I'd be keen to get the credentials for the twitter XMPP account
jcbrandI follow #xmpp and often find stuff worth retweeting
nycojcbrand no, I can't, but we'll ask Kev to have access to Tweetdeck for every one of us
jcbrandnyco: thanks, my twitter id is jcopkode
nycogood point, if we choose to retweet from @xmpp it means the XSF probably loses its strict neutrality, as we can't cover everything, we'll lose some content
also, the mission of the XSF is specs, not forcefully to communicate
so we may have to create a specific account maybe?
nycohttps://twitter.com/nyconyco if you want to like/share
DanielThat's not a bad idea, maybe XMPPcomms or something along those lines - like an adjacent
nycoso, basically, what I am doing on the accounts that I have and works quite well without too much effort:
create accounts/pages/blablah on each major social network (twitter, facebook, linkedin, google plus)
each time I have a short content to share (short to average siez text, plus graphical illustration), I put it on Buffer, it takes charge of when (dat&time) it will be posted, maximising the level of attention from the audience by posting at the best moment
watch analytics from time to time, learn from that, formulate hypothesis
Danielwe'll likely need a bunch of posts to get some needful data. I'm sure we can pull from recent blogs to push some of that if we're going to use a social media-based solution
nycoon Twitter, it is quite easy to get followers, target them quite well, follow them by batch, a few days unfollow the non-followers (by using tools, such as https://unfollowerstats.com/
this way, I've created accounts and brought them to hundreds of followers, sometimes passing the 1000+ mark
nycoDaniel tak, I agree ;-)
DanielDo you think we would abandon the newsletter e-mail style altogeather in favor of curated blogs/shares? I do like the ability to engauge from the platforms though. If nothing else basic questions and such can be directed.
DanielI think an early task for us should be to contact blogs who would not mind us re-posting, or sharing information from.
nycoI have no preference so far
I only know that curation is quite an effort
a newsletter would bring us strong measurement, such as open rate, click-though rate, etc.
Seve jcbrand wanted to go for the newsletter
nycoI think we just can share what's already public, I guess they would be happy by default that some one redistributes the content to reach other audiences
DanielOf course if we told them, they might be encouraged to produce more
nycoaim high, start low, iterate
nycoand pareto principle: 20 % effort for 80 % outcome
nycoI won't for something elaborated or complete
nycoI'd rather experiement, both ourselves on how we work and cooperate, and the reception by the audience we will build
SaltyBonesI guess we cannot have @xsf @xmpp @jabber?