Monday 14 November 2011 4:07:15 pm
So far the main, semi-automated Twitter account was @ezcommunity. It channeled manual messages, commit messages, notifications for new forums posts, new blog posts and new tutorials. This has changed now, for the better.
Some of you guys, surprisingly on Twitter, made clear (read: complained) that commit messages stuck in the middle of announces, blog posts teasers and other actual pieces of content (or conversely) made the @ezcommunity Twitter feed harder to consume. It set me thinking for a second, i took a second look at the feed, and realized that the increasing amount of commits (in part due to your pull-requests, which rocks heavily) was somewhat "overwhelming". Indeed.
The feeds breakdown came then naturally :
|@ezcommits||eZ Publish & extensions (eZ's, hosted on github) commits,|
|@ezpublishevents||eZ Community-related events, proposed on the brand new Event Planner|
|@ezpublish_jobs||Job offers coming-out of the soon-to-come Job Board (check the ongoing RFC here),|
|@ezcommunity||Notifying the social sphere of new forum topics, new blog posts, new tutorials, and also used by yours truly for manual message.|
On top of these social channels, you have the more classical, yet downright useful eZ Community RSS feeds.
So, time to follow.