Le Fri, 8 Nov 2013 18:33:37 +0100,
Christian Lohmaier <email@example.com> a écrit :
Hi Charles, *,
Am 08.11.2013 18:03 schrieb "Charles-H. Schulz" <
twitter account (as soon as we're getting this odd account fixed);
but we also have a TDF Planet.
Twitter is hard.. As they closed their api, you can only use their own
And to see how they work, you need to have a twitter account...
I do and I have the experience with a Twitter Widget of Wordpress. I
know you can customize its aspect somewhat. If anyone has examples out
there, please share.
(FWIW, here's my blog front page with the official twitter widget on
the right: http://www.standardsandfreedom.net)
But besides that, there's multilingual content for the TDF Planet,
and there could be (while this is out of scope for the website
project strictly speaking), blogs about QA or development.
As long as you can query them individually, they can be displayed
A third one (it could look like a news ticker - is it
Yes, a ticker would also be possible.
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