This is a quote from a different topic. I did not want to hijack the work Demystify is doing.
We are currently not in a position to enforce brand standards with the @zenon_network twitter account, and until that is possible my recommendation is to continue the previous standard until we can establish a better one. We can agree to disagree.
What does the community think?
Stop all Tweeting from @zenon_network until we have community Brand Standards
Continue posting from @zenon_network in the same fashion as before and adjust after we have community Brand Standard
I selected yes on your poll, but then I saw your post that RT’s are no longer supported and my vote now changed to a no. The narratives and community is currently unaligned.
@Stark is working towards an AZ proposal re: narratives and pr. If funded, the work he could then be used by community to develop a strategy and standards for that handle. IMO the main narrative of the network should be agreed-by network participants, Pillars – and especially considering the narrative leads to promises on technical-levels.
Though not having RT abilities really diminishes the opportunity for that handle. The ZenonOrg handle plans to take leadership with its brand and funnels, with goals to fill the gap of what’ll be missing by Zenon_Network.
All we can do is Post. So if we want to “retweet” the only way we can do it is to create a new post with a link (not retweet) to the post. Sol and I read the API docs and both of us tested this yeaterday in our repos. This must have changed recently.
A Twitter brand standard framework is a set of guidelines and principles that a company or individual follows to maintain a consistent and cohesive brand identity on the Twitter platform. This framework typically includes instructions on logo usage, color schemes, tone of voice, content guidelines, and engagement strategies to ensure that tweets and interactions align with the brand’s values and messaging. It helps in creating a recognizable and trustworthy presence on Twitter.
We can define brand standards as we go, so I am 100% for continuing to tweet.
The lack of retweets is a non-issue, we can simply tweet a link to the tweet we intended to retweet and it won’t make much of a difference for readers.
Another one. Feels like we are actually getting shit done. @mehowbrainz I realized the fastest way to get these approved is if an approver does not submit them. Work with @Stark or @Shazz to submit them. That way you can approve the PR yourself plus one more.
Also, do you have the ability to assign a reviewer (upper right). I’ve been doing this manually for everyone. But if you can do it too, you should add reviewers so they receive an email in their inbox.
What he means is that if an approver submits a PR, he can’t approve himself and as a result he has to wait for others to approve, leaving his vote out of the equation from the get-go. But if I ask @Stark to submit the PR for example, then I can immediately approve it with @0x3639. Some approvers aren’t as responsive as others.
Are you saying we should reduce the number of approvers of a tweet from 2 to 1? I personally like having 2 people approve. It will help reduce mistakes and we all seem to have a good dialogue about tweets. I think 2 approvers will help ensure we follow the guidelines we establish too.