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Re: [libreoffice-website] Switching LibreOffice Twitter handle to camel case

On 31/07/2019 15:31, Florian Effenberger wrote:
> I propose to not touch it - last time we made a change, we temporary
> lost our access due to GDPR and verifications and other fun stuff, and
> I fear we might hit a similar problem for renaming.

Actually you won't risk anything since LibreOffice and libreoffice are
the same handle, the Twitter website is answering both without *any*
301/302 redirection at all.

I can however understand your concern, this is why for such a question,
I'll ask for a Twitter employee directly to know more about the pitfalls
we could have.

Last time I asked for a change of this kind for a corporate account, the
Twitter dev team made the change manually and haven't had any issue at all.


William Gathoye

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Re: [libreoffice-website] Switching LibreOffice Twitter handle to camel caseFlorian Effenberger <floeff@documentfoundation.org>
[libreoffice-website] Switching LibreOffice Twitter handle to camel caseWilliam Gathoye <william@gathoye.be>
Re: [libreoffice-website] Switching LibreOffice Twitter handle to camel caseFlorian Effenberger <floeff@documentfoundation.org>
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