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From Weihua Jiang <whji...@outlook.com>
Subject Re: Gearpump Twitter Account
Date Wed, 06 Apr 2016 05:19:38 GMT
How many followers do we have? If not much, I prefer for a new id with “@ApacheGearpump”.



在 16/4/6 下午1:11,“Manu Zhang”<owenzhang1990@gmail.com> 写入:

>Hi All,
>
>I formerly applied for a Gearpump Twitter account
>https://twitter.com/gearpump_io, which consists of the name *Gearpump* and
>id *gearpump_io *(since gearpump has been taken). Now that Gearpump is an
>Apache Incubating project, shall we
>
>A. change our name to "Apache Gearpump" or
>B. create a new id with "@ApacheGearpump" (available)
>
>For a Twitter account, the name can be changed at any time while the id is
>permanent.
>
> After some investigation of the Twitter accounts of Apache projects, I
>find that they fall into three groups in the format *name/id*
>
>1. ApacheProject/@ApacheProject
>
>   - Apache Flink/@ApacheFlink (https://twitter.com/ApacheFlink)
>   - Apache Parquet/@ApacheParquet (https://twitter.com/ApacheParquet)
>   - Apache Spark/@ApacheSpark (https://twitter.com/ApacheSpark)
>
>They created ids after they became Apache projects.
>
>2. ApacheProject/@Project
>
>   - Apache Cassandra/@cassandra (https://twitter.com/cassandra)
>   - Apache Samza/@samzastream (https://twitter.com/samzastream)
>
>They continue to use the id before they are Apache projects but change
>their names.
>
>3. ApacheProject/@Project and ApacheProject/@ApacheProject
>
>   - Apache Storm/@stormprocessor (https://twitter.com/stormprocessor)
>   - Apache Storm/@ApacheStorm (https://twitter.com/ApacheStorm)
>
>Storm created a new id after becoming an Apache project, and both accounts
>are active and have a quite a few followers.
>
>What do you think ?


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