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Re: Twitter handles of committers

Maarten Mulders
Great initiative!

Deeplinking to the profile would be nice, too, I guess.
I would start with Twitter and GitHub. GitLab makes less sense to me,
AFAIK there are no mirrors of Maven hosted at GitLab?

May I also suggest to do it the other way round: a Twitter list [1] of
people who are Maven committer? Or maybe it already exists?

Maarten

[1] https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/twitter-lists

On May 24, 2020 at 19:40, Robert Scholte wrote:

> Sure we could do that too.
> Would be nice to improve the team pages for well known properties, but
> at the moment there's a vote on the maven-project-info-reports-plugin.
> Maybe an up-for-grabs to include with the next release.
>
> Robert
> On 24-5-2020 19:27:08, Andres Almiray <[hidden email]> wrote:
> Good idea Robert!
> May I suggest adding GitHub account as well? Not everyone follows
> Twitter
> or has an account (shocking, I know) but they may have a Github account
> or
> consider browsing through an author's profile.
>
> And why stop with Github? Let's add Gitlab.
> I guess, s long as there's no "explicit" or "stardard" social media |
> social coding column team members are free to choose which accounts
> they'd
> like to link, right?
>
> Cheers,
> Andres
>
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> On Sun, May 24, 2020 at 7:18 PM Robert Scholte wrote:
>
>> I had a chat with Chandra (@CGuntur) regarding exposure of Maven
>> committers.
>> My experience is that most Maven users just use it, without knowing
>> the
>> people behind and (yes, people, not a company). Twitter has been a
>> good way
>> to share information regarding Maven.
>> To get more attention, I've added a twitter-property to my profile in
>> the
>> maven parent pom.
>> After triggering the website the team-list[1] has been expanded with a
>> properties-column.
>> Not the nicest look and feel, but having my twitter handle here is
>> more
>> important to me.
>>
>> I could add all known twitter handles, but I leave it up to every
>> committer to add this property as well.
>> Simply update your profile in the maven-parent if you want.
>>
>> thanks,
>> Robert
>>
>> [1] https://maven.apache.org/team.html
>>
>> [2] https://github.com/apache/maven-parent/blob/master/pom.xml

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Re: Twitter handles of committers

Arnaud Héritier
We can create a public list of developers with the project account.

Le dim. 24 mai 2020 à 19:44, Maarten Mulders <[hidden email]> a écrit :

> Great initiative!
>
> Deeplinking to the profile would be nice, too, I guess.
> I would start with Twitter and GitHub. GitLab makes less sense to me,
> AFAIK there are no mirrors of Maven hosted at GitLab?
>
> May I also suggest to do it the other way round: a Twitter list [1] of
> people who are Maven committer? Or maybe it already exists?
>
> Maarten
>
> [1] https://help.twitter.com/en/using-twitter/twitter-lists
>
> On May 24, 2020 at 19:40, Robert Scholte wrote:
>
> > Sure we could do that too.
> > Would be nice to improve the team pages for well known properties, but
> > at the moment there's a vote on the maven-project-info-reports-plugin.
> > Maybe an up-for-grabs to include with the next release.
> >
> > Robert
> > On 24-5-2020 19:27:08, Andres Almiray <[hidden email]> wrote:
> > Good idea Robert!
> > May I suggest adding GitHub account as well? Not everyone follows
> > Twitter
> > or has an account (shocking, I know) but they may have a Github account
> > or
> > consider browsing through an author's profile.
> >
> > And why stop with Github? Let's add Gitlab.
> > I guess, s long as there's no "explicit" or "stardard" social media |
> > social coding column team members are free to choose which accounts
> > they'd
> > like to link, right?
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Andres
> >
> > -------------------------------------------
> > Java Champion; Groovy Enthusiast
> > http://andresalmiray.com
> > http://www.linkedin.com/in/aalmiray
> > --
> > What goes up, must come down. Ask any system administrator.
> > There are 10 types of people in the world: Those who understand binary,
> > and
> > those who don't.
> > To understand recursion, we must first understand recursion.
> >
> > On Sun, May 24, 2020 at 7:18 PM Robert Scholte wrote:
> >
> >> I had a chat with Chandra (@CGuntur) regarding exposure of Maven
> >> committers.
> >> My experience is that most Maven users just use it, without knowing
> >> the
> >> people behind and (yes, people, not a company). Twitter has been a
> >> good way
> >> to share information regarding Maven.
> >> To get more attention, I've added a twitter-property to my profile in
> >> the
> >> maven parent pom.
> >> After triggering the website the team-list[1] has been expanded with a
> >> properties-column.
> >> Not the nicest look and feel, but having my twitter handle here is
> >> more
> >> important to me.
> >>
> >> I could add all known twitter handles, but I leave it up to every
> >> committer to add this property as well.
> >> Simply update your profile in the maven-parent if you want.
> >>
> >> thanks,
> >> Robert
> >>
> >> [1] https://maven.apache.org/team.html
> >>
> >> [2] https://github.com/apache/maven-parent/blob/master/pom.xml
>
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