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From Luca Toscano <toscano.l...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: httpd on Twitter
Date Wed, 11 Jan 2017 19:58:05 GMT
Hi Rich,

2017-01-05 8:31 GMT-08:00 Rich Bowen <rbowen@redhat.com>:

> As you might know, we have a Twitter account -
> https://twitter.com/apache_httpd
>
> I believe, at the moment, it's just me and Jim that have the keys to
> this, and it's mostly a ghost town. We announce releases there, and
> occasionally respond to comments from other accounts.
>
> I would like for us to do more with Twitter to get the word out that
> we're doing cool things, but could use some help brainstorming what
> kinds of things we should put there. I don't think we need something
> every day, but having something a couple of times a week seems a good
> cadence to aim for.


I would love to see something like:

1) New features announced (new modules, important improvements for existing
ones, etc..), pointing the users to the newly created documentation (that
would also be a nice driver to improve/create docs).
2) Important bug fixes, not only security-related ones.
3) Tips for admins, maybe directly from the top ten questions asked on
#httpd. Again pointing the users to Wiki links could be really useful.
Simple example: "Use Redirect and RedirectMatch to force https only -
$link".
4) Monthly stats about number of commits to trunk/2.4.x, emails exchanged
on dev@/users@, etc.. The main goal would be to demonstrate that httpd
still has a active and strong community behind.

I don't have a lot of time to work on this on a regular basis, but I can
definitely help you and Jim!

Luca

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