[Mageia-marketing] Google+ on Planet Mageia

Bradley D. Thornton Bradley at NorthTech.US
Tue Apr 3 10:16:33 CEST 2012

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On 03/23/2012 01:13 PM, Sebastian sebsebseb wrote:
> On 23/03/12 17:17, nicolas vigier wrote:
>> On Fri, 23 Mar 2012, Sebastian sebsebseb wrote:
>>> Loqo typed:
>>>> Just a thought: can we add the Mageia Google+ pages to the planet?
>>>> (http://planet.mageia.org/en/)
>>>> It should really be in the "Mageia on the web" section with Twitter,
>>>> Facebook, etc.

>>> The Mageia group should be there as well: http://identi.ca/group/mageia
>> I wouldn't add google+, identi.ca or twitter rss feeds on planet. Planet
>> is for blogs, not for microblogging sites. Adding g+ or identi.ca on
>> planet will only polute with duplicate links to the same content.

> There has been a misunderstanding and from more than one person it seems
> as well.  

My eyes glazed over several days ago on this too.

Sebastian, What I *think* I was able to understand, was your suggestion
that everything (everything) feeds into indenti.ca, because that is the
one route with which we can feed that has a path to feed all of the
other social bookmarking/networking sites.

Did I get that right?

Can you do up a graphical flow chart that demonstrates this downstream
effect? As MarCom, and if you're correct, we need to be able to sell the
idea to the council and finalize this news feed concept.

More than anything. I want to understand it :)

> From Sebastian sebsebseb
> P.S
> It's a good idea to have the first letter of a name capitalised usually,
> at the moment the name in the Twitter link is lower cased and the name
> in the Facebook link as well on the planet.

I can't believe that no one caught this misnomer LOL.

Actually, the convention is to have everything lower case, since it's an

For example, you can http://twitter.com/mageia or
http://twitter.com/Mageia or http://twitter.com/mAgEiA ;)

The same goes pretty much for most Social networking and bookmarking
sites, including FB.

Kindest regards,

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