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From jude <flexcapaci...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Flex news site and rss feed
Date Tue, 25 Oct 2016 18:41:51 GMT
That's how I understand it too. With Twitter you subscribe to accounts that
are usually a person or a business. There are subject based accounts that
post on a specific topic but they are few and far between. And those
accounts content is generated by them manually searching for news and then
posting about it or seeing someone else post and reposting it.

You can create lists that let show the posts of multiple accounts but that
doesn't mean you'll get content about that subject. For example, you can
add an account of a Flash developer but that's no guarantee they will be
posting about Flash.

If Twitter could pull in RSS feeds that would solve part of the problem. If
the ApacheFlex account had a list of RSS feeds it pulled from and then
posted about daily or hourly then it would work. It would still need a way
for users to post their own content or have someone repost it when someone
mentions them.

An alternative would be to setup the news mailing list for user generated
news. Then setup an RSS aggregator for web based news and integrate the
news mailing list in it.


On Tue, Oct 25, 2016 at 12:47 PM, Alex Harui <aharui@adobe.com> wrote:

> On 10/25/16, 9:48 AM, "jude" <flexcapacitor@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> >The feed Adobe had back in the day was good. I don't know who uses RSS
> >feeds anymore (well I do in my bookmarks). Mainly I was thinking, I have
> >some Flash / Flex related news and want to share / wouldn't it be great to
> >see everyone's news all in one place.
> >
> >In a perfect world it would be news containing Josh's updates on as3 to js
> >project, Alex's and Peter's updates on FlexJS, maven updates, new ANE's,
> >new components, new posts from flash / AS3 forums, new flash/as3 stack
> >overflow questions, etc.
> >
> >I haven't seen the FlashDaily's site in a while. It looks like it might
> >work if we post to it. It doesn't look like they have a RSS feed but
> >that's
> >not a deal breaker.
>
> I'm not cool enough to know this, but has twitter replaced RSS feeds?
>
> IMO, at Apache, there is is private, not-so-private, and public
> information.  The Apache Flex PMC discusses security issues, people issues
> and certain trademark issues on the private@ list.  News about un-released
> software is supposed to be on dev@.  News about released software goes on
> users@.  We aren't really supposed to encourage folks who only follow us
> on users@ to get the nightly builds.
>
> I personally don't have any problem with users@ being used for
> Flex-related news from non-ASF places.  We could also ask for a news@
> mailing list, I suppose.  But all of that is "pushed" by the author.
> There still won't be a server polling blogs and other places.
>
> I also don't have an issue with the ApacheFlex twitter account following
> more Flex-related folks although sometimes these folks use Twitter for
> non-Flex things.  But I think if I'm only following ApacheFlex that
> someone who can log in as ApacheFlex as to retweet news so I would see it.
>  I don't know if there is an automatic RT feature.
>
> Thoughts?
> -Alex
>
> >
> >On Tue, Oct 25, 2016 at 2:09 AM, Justin Mclean <justin@classsoftware.com>
> >wrote:
> >
> >> Hi,
> >>
> >> Adobe back in the day had a blog aggregator [1] which was a copy of the
> >> "full as a goog” blog aggregator. Both are no longer running.
> >>
> >> What is it that we want to actually aggregate? Do we have a list of
> >> sites/feeds?
> >>
> >> Thanks,
> >> Justin
> >>
> >> 1. http://feeds.adobe.com
>
>

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