While that general topic perks, let me touch on a specific example of a
Tweet which I would like to put up, perhaps more than once even.
The target audience is potential developer/contributor and simply want to
bring attention to the discourse forum at the Colaboraonline which lists
the engineering team meeting minutes.
Not sure on the text yet, will see what fits in 240 characters (though a
shortened url might be nice, I will ask Mike about that)
I would use a graphic made for an earlier post about the top level site and
which was used from my personal account a while back - the color scheme is
of my device with intent to catch attention. // I'll attach it here
Anyway - I would assume this is a reasonable type post for the LibreOffice
branded Twitter account.
On Fri, Mar 5, 2021 at 4:00 PM Drew Jensen <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Thanks to help from Mke S. I;ve managed to get back into the
LbreOfficeUS twitter account and am looking forward to posting there
Recently I have posted a number of times on my personal twitter
account about ecosystem partners (Collabora and CIB/Alloptopia, etc).
My question is if is appropriate to continue these ecosystem centric
posts using the LibreOfficeUS account?
I have a few specific items in mind but would like to ask this as a
general question first.
thanks for you time,
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