[Members] XSF: Communications proposal

Ashley Ward ash.wardly at gmail.com
Thu Feb 19 17:15:31 UTC 2015


> On 19 Feb 2015, at 16:39, Laura <laura.gill at surevine.com> wrote:
> 
> XSF Communications policy
> 
> Purpose
> To ensure that the XSF “voice” is unified, consistent and exactly that - the voice of the XSF. As the XSF Board, this is absolutely our responsibility.
> To prepare for the launch of the new website with a “clean up” of our communications.
> 
> Proposal
> All social channel accounts (Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn - any form of external channel in fact) that claims to be in any way related to the XSF MUST be approved by the Board.

Might need to be a little clearer on this. Would someone’s twitter account come under this if they, for example, put “Member of the XSF” into their profile? I assume that the intention is that it wouldn’t and they should be free to do that as long as they don’t claim to be speaking on behalf of the XSF.

> The Board MUST have admin access and rights to those social accounts.
> Any social channel that is not on the “approved” list may not carry the name XSF nor claim to be a representative or voice of the XSF.
> The Council have pre-approval to publish technical content, decisions and views on behalf of the XSF.
> 
> Outcome
> The channels currently in use will need to be either be handed over to the XSF or shut down

—
Ash
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