[okfn-discuss] Twitter accounts

John Levin john at technolalia.org
Sun Feb 15 21:21:06 UTC 2015

Hi Gustavo & list,

Asking because I was doing a bit of maintenance on the Open Lit & Open 
Hums sites, and discovered some dormant twitter accs.

More generally, what is the best way to file bugs for the website? The 
list of working  groups on this page
is missing Open Literature and Open Legislation.



On 15/02/2015 19:56, Gustavo Silva wrote:
> Hi John,
> I believe most of the work group teams have their own twitter account. I
> think some of those are not work groups, so I am not sure if those are
> official twitter accounts related with OKFN.
> Nevertheless, one good way to check all accounts is to go to
> https://okfn.org/network/ and check if they have twitter accounts.
> It is not an easy task but...
> By the way, can you tell us why you asked?
> 2015-02-15 15:27 GMT+00:00 John Levin <john at technolalia.org
> <mailto:john at technolalia.org>>:
>     Hi,
>     I have some questions about some OKFN twitter accounts.
>     1: Is OpenLiterature https://twitter.com/__OpenLiterature
>     <https://twitter.com/OpenLiterature> an OKFN account?
>     2: The Open Heritage profile (https://twitter.com/__openheritage
>     <https://twitter.com/openheritage>) has a link to
>     http://openheritage.okfn.org/ that leads to a server not found message.
>     3: The above accounts, and Open Shakespeare -
>     https://twitter.com/__openshakespeare
>     <https://twitter.com/openshakespeare> - are dormant, with no
>     activity since 2012. I know Twitter is one of those things that
>     requires constant attention, and therefore is quite burdensome. Does
>     OKFN have any strategy for reviving these accounts or running
>     twitter accs in general?
>     4: And is there a list of all the OKFN-related accounts available
>     somewhere?
>     TIA
>     John
>     --
>     John Levin
>     http://www.anterotesis.com
>     http://twitter.com/anterotesis

John Levin

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