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Re: [ide-dev] Strong progress in April for @EclipseJavaIDE

Hi Mickael,

Thanks for your appreciation.

As part of monitoring the twitter image of Eclipse I have constantly tracked your activity relating to it. In principle I agree it doesn't hurt to 'like' positive resources. The only boundary I see here is to not get into arguments with people on twitter from @EclipseJavaIDE account.

From your personal account you can of course do whatever you like. I do however think that your constant challenging of 'folkloric' assumptions on Twitter is helpful and I encourage it.


P.S. I have promised to revisit (not necessarily change as it's working fine) the strategy document I shared with you in the beginning when we get to 1K followers and we'll talk more about interaction details when I do that.

On Tue, May 2, 2017 at 11:59 AM, Mickael Istria <mistria@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Hi Sopot,

Thanks for sharing those numbers and for driving and monitoring this great initiative.

To the list of actions that might affect the followers and impression metrics, I'd like to add that I've started to put "likes" with the @EclipseJavaIDE on tweets from external people which share "positive" resources or messages about the Eclipse IDE. I don't know the actual effect of doing that, but I think it's semantically correct to put a like from the IDE when people say good things about it.
I'm monitoring the following request to find interesting tweets to like (or answer to, with my personal account usually): `eclipse (ide OR java OR intellij OR netbeans OR _javascript_ OR js OR code OR dev OR vscode OR netbeans OR features OR neon OR maven OR gradle OR node OR npm OR bower OR gulp OR grunt)`

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