[CentOS-devel] [Introduction] Social Media Policies for CentOS

Carl Trieloff cctrieloff at redhat.com
Wed Aug 12 14:37:52 UTC 2015

My main question is how do we make the project more influential by using
this channel.


On 08/12/2015 08:27 AM, Jim Perrin wrote:
> So,
> A couple questions here:
> 1. Are there equivalent guidelines for projects like Fedora, oVirt,
> KDE,etc to review/compare against?
> 2. Question for the community-at-large, who else would be interested in
> participating?
> On 08/11/2015 11:23 AM, Brian Proffitt wrote:
>> Hello to all:
>> My name is Brian Proffitt, a social media and community analyst with Red
>> Hat. The main focus of my work is to assist free and open source
>> software projects with which Red Hat is involved to improve their social
>> media planning and execution.
>> CentOS has a broad and diverse social media implementation, which I
>> believe could be improved using a coordinated set of guidelines
>> regarding content discovery and delivery, as well as engagement with the
>> different audiences found in various social media channels.
>> To that end, I would like to begin a conversation here with interested
>> members of the CentOS community and its Moderators Group to see what
>> resources are needed, what improvements could be made, and how CentOS'
>> social media could become an even more powerful tool within and without
>> the CentOS community.
>> The information attached is a first-step proposal to get such a
>> conversation started. I look forward to the discussion!
>> Peace,
>> Brian Proffitt

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