Commit c0ec10d9 authored by sajolida's avatar sajolida
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We can schedule tweets using TweetDeck (Closes: #16681)

It's an official Twitter app that works with the same login, so doesn't
affect the security of our account.
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- Prepare a tweet with highlights:
- Tails x.y is out: https://tails.boum.org/news/version_x.y/, bla bla bla, and more.
- Add it as a comment to the ticket for the release notes.
- If we release new major features ("New features" section), consider
scheduling tweets in the future to let the world know about it, even
- If we release new major features ("New features" section),
schedule tweets in the future to let the world know about it, even
months after we release them.
- Write a Tweet, for example:
- Did you know?
You can xxx in Tails, since $MON (Tails $VERSION).
- Add the picture we had in the release notes.
- Link to our documentation about the feature.
- Create a ticket to tweet about it 3 times in the following 6
months, for example once every 2 releases.
- Put this ticket on the Technical writing view in Redmine.
- Add a picture, for example a screenshot from the release notes
or the documentation.
- Schedule tweets using [TweetDeck](https://tweetdeck.twitter.com/).
- For example, tweet 3-4 times every 2-4 weeks on different days.
- Hours that might give a good coverage in Europe, the US (East
and West coast), and a bit of South-East Asia are 12:00 and
18:00 UTC.
- My understanding is that TweetDeck displays the time as it is on
your computer, so UTC if you are in Tails.
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