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During CLT  we were wondering why there was not a single reaction
from any Fedora Social media channels. At some point rsc started to
Then we were pointed to the Marketing social networks wiki page . It
looks like that this page is heavily out-dated. I see a lot of names in
the admin list of people who left the project years ago or were inactive
for a long period of time.
That the automatic tweeting to @fedora_planet is not working for almost
a year . Maybe just a glitch which was not recognized by the
At least the Twitter accounts for Silverblue and Fedora IoT are missing.
Well, IMHO the two most pressing issues with the current state of
handling the Fedora Social Media channels are:
1. If there are no bots available then the Admin team should be spread
around the globe ideally. Currently a lot of people are located in North
America. FOSSASIA was completely ignored and this is a pretty big event
with a strong Fedora presence.
2. At least in the Twitter Admin group does it look like that 75 % of
the people are RH employees. That is very bad from a diversity point of
view and if something is happening on weekend.
There are more than two points to consider but I will keep it short for
I apologize for the intervention but I saw some problems:
1. I got a mail with this cleaning issue:
rhea <radka.janek(a)redhat.com> has removed you from the 'dotnet-team'
group of the Fedora Accounts System This change is effective
immediately for new operations, and should propagate into the e-mail
aliases within an hour.
that's spring cleaning of inactive members who were not seen in an eternity!
(Also removed, +cc: nb, nmilosev, brettg, tarunpothulapati)
2. I saw now the https://id.fedoraproject.org come with this text:
This is the Federated Open Authentication provider homepage.
You will be redirected to this application whenever another application
requires you to authenticate.
Can you tell me what happened?
Are new rules for the accounts?