[UbuntuWomen] Social media gurus: We need your advice!

Audrey Roy audreyr at pyladies.com
Mon Jun 27 20:31:16 UTC 2011

On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 1:30 PM, Audrey Roy <audreyr at pyladies.com> wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 1:16 PM, Mackenzie Morgan <macoafi at gmail.com> wrote:
>> On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 3:12 PM, Elizabeth Krumbach <lyz at ubuntu.com> wrote:
>>> For Twitter I see us starting out with announcements from the team,
>>> but it perhaps evolving into including other news we want to pass
>>> along and interesting news about Ubuntu projects our members are
>>> involved with.
>> Retweeting tweets that are of interest to UW followers would also be
>> handy. That might mean subscribing @ubuntuwomen to debian women's
>> Twitter if there's one and @geekfeminism, GNOME (and their Women
>> Outreach program if it has one...), FSF Women, etc to be able to see
>> likely-handy posts to RT them.
>> --
>> Mackenzie Morgan
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> I like Mackenzie's suggestions.
> Also, having a Twitter list that follows all women who are known
> Ubuntu users (whether in the group or not) is a good idea.
> I'm the @pyladies Twitter maintainer, btw.  I'll retweet anything that
> mentions Python.  I'll retweet interesting quotes about women's
> participation in open-source.  I'll generally retweet anything that
> looks interesting and relevant.  We have <200 followers, but a fair
> number of them are important folks in the Python community, women and
> men who retweet our posts heavily.  I want the same success for
> @ubuntuwomen!
> Audrey

To be clear, I meant that I'll retweet everything from @ubuntuwomen
that is relevant to @pyladies, whether in terms of open-source
involvement of women or python.


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