[Members] [SCAM] Supporting sprints

Jonas Schäfer jonas at wielicki.name
Tue Feb 25 17:53:21 UTC 2020

On Samstag, 22. Februar 2020 10:15:47 CET Daniel Gultsch wrote:
> > > - Publish a blog post on xmpp.org?
> > 
> > Publish a blog post yes! as I mentioned below. I agree this could be
> > made a rule.
> > 
> > At the moment I would say not necessarily on xmpp.org though.
> > Specifically, I don't want to make this a hard rule that you have to get
> > your article published on xmpp.org. It might happen that we (the XSF)
> > don't want it there for reasons.
> > 
> > People can publish it on their own blog or preferred platforms (I'm sure
> > we can suggest some if they are not affiliated with any), they're the
> > canonical source they get the SEO and that's fine to me. We can and
> > most likely will retweet/retoot/re.. when something is available. :)
> Yes, I agree. The important thing here is that comm has something to
> put in the newsletter and/or tweet. It doesn’t have to be on the xsf
> blog.

Full Ack.
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