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From imacat <>
Subject Re: Pages in the social media
Date Sun, 06 May 2012 14:32:21 GMT
On 2012/05/06 22:14, Rob Weir said:
> n Sun, May 6, 2012 at 10:05 AM, imacat <> wrote:
>>    That said, could I setup official OpenOffice account for Taiwan on
>> Facebook, Plurk, etc?
> Oh, I know nothing about Plurk ;-)

    Plurk is the most popular micro-blogging service in Taiwan.

    Actually there are some local social-media services that may be most
popular in one country, like Plurk in Taiwan or AmebaNow in Japan, or
Weibo/Renren in China.  Should we set up an global official account on
these services and then a local one?  Or should we set up local accounts
only?  That said, should I set up @apacheoo or @apacheootw on Plurk?

>>    What is the condition besides linking to  Is it
>> OK to link to
> That's fine.  The important thing is that we are directing the user
> back to the project's website.
> Would the page be for traditional and simplified Chinese?   Or only traditional?
> (I am ignorant of these things.  Can the average Chinese reader
> understand both scripts?)

    Well... *theoretically* speaking, pages for Traditional and
Simplified Chinese should be separated.  We have long, different
cultures.  It does not look good to post Simplified Chinese content for
Taiwan people.  I do not know if vice versa.  The reason is not for
discussion here.

    But that's only *theoretically*.  In *reality* the China government
GFW blocks Twitter, Google+, Facebook, Plurk, ...all the social media
services.  So this question makes no sense.

    (So, Xia Ziao: Are you going to set up accounts on Weibo or Renren?)

> Of course, you will also want to make a specific proposal on this list
> and see if anyone objects (lazy consensus).

    OK.  I will propose that.  Thank you. ^_*'

Best regards,
imacat ^_*' <>

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