Commit c0ec10d9 authored by sajolida's avatar sajolida

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: - Prepare a tweet with highlights:
- Tails x.y is out: https://tails.boum.org/news/version_x.y/, bla bla bla, and more. - 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. - Add it as a comment to the ticket for the release notes.
- If we release new major features ("New features" section), consider - If we release new major features ("New features" section),
scheduling tweets in the future to let the world know about it, even schedule tweets in the future to let the world know about it, even
months after we release them. months after we release them.
- Write a Tweet, for example: - Write a Tweet, for example:
- Did you know? - Did you know?
You can xxx in Tails, since $MON (Tails $VERSION). 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. - Link to our documentation about the feature.
- Create a ticket to tweet about it 3 times in the following 6 - Add a picture, for example a screenshot from the release notes
months, for example once every 2 releases. or the documentation.
- Put this ticket on the Technical writing view in Redmine. - 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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