Marketing social networks

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Current accounts

There are a lot of Fedora developers, users, friends and enthusiastic people all over the world. Here you are a list of Social Network links where you can find who we are and what we do.

Network Groups Links Manager
Linkedin Fedora, Fedora Ambassadors, Paul W. Frields, Pascal Calarco, Francesco Crippa, Jon Stanley
Bebo Fedora Project Keiran Smith
XING Fedora, Fedora Ambassadors SandroMathys, GeroldKassube and FabianAffolter
Flickr fedora linux
Facebook Fedora Core Rocks!, Fedora Core Users, Fedora-Linux, Fedora Ambassadors, Fedora Bangladesh, Fedora Malaysia
Plaxo Pulse Fedora Project
MySpace Fedora Project PatrickBarnes
Frappr Fedora Project RahulSundaram
wer-kennt-wen Fedora, Fedora Ambassadors HenrikHeigl
Lokalisten Fedora HenrikHeigl
Twitter Fedora MatiasKreder
Twitter (to transition to from @fedora_linux in late June 2010) Fedora Paul W. Frields
Twitter Fedora Greece
Twitter Fedora Russian Federation Inna Kabanova
Vkontakte Fedora Russian Federation Inna Kabanova Fedora Malaysia User:Izhar
Friendfeed fedora_linux Mostafa Daneshvar


We've started developing a microblogging strategy. However, we don't necessarily have one for other social media outlets. Perhaps you'd like to help us fix that - if this is a space you're excited about exploring, we'd love to hear from you. Please email the marketing list and let us know you're interested!
This page needs to be updated from a conversation log.
If you have a moment, please incorporate the discussion from the Marketing FAD 2010 into this page, and then delete this note. Full transcripts (the topic starts at 10:39) are available. If you let the marketing list know you've done this, we will thank you profusely, and also try to improve upon your work.

Past discussions

Microblogging Goals/Wishes

  • Use primarily and have that mirrored to Twitter: -- Perhaps using Identigator
  • Come up with something more FLOSSy than HootSuite that actually works with (see above suggestion)
  • Verified accounts
  • Twitter accounts we care about are listed. ??
  • Automated (get eyeballs)
  • Manual (for calls to action)
  • push content vs conversations (keeps us authentic)
  • QA and accountability (for quality of content)
  • Aggregate #fedora, #fudcon, etc. tweets -- Identigator maybe ??