On Tue, Dec 9, 2008 at 1:08 AM, Nate Aune <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Maybe we could use Tarek's Atomisator  or Yahoo Pipes  to make an
> aggregate of these search results, and then folks could take turns
> monitoring the stream of blog posts and Tweets, and responding to them.
>  http://atomisator.ziade.org/
The aggregator is a nice idea, and I have another proposal to make it
simpler to follow:
I can configure Atomisator to send for example one mail per day to a
mailing list ala google mail alert instead
of creating a feed, that summarizes what has been said on all selected
networks the day before,
Let me know if this sounds good, I can set this up on my server
>  http://pipes.yahoo.com
> One of my friends is building a Django app called Tweet and Shout, which is
> designed for customer service and PR folks and provides a streamlined
> interface for responding to Tweets about a company's products or services.
> It's built with jQuery and the entire interface can be controlled with the
> arrow keys, so you can respond to a lot of Tweets very quickly, even using
> canned responses.
> We might also want to consider setting up an account at one of the following
> sites to provide an easier way for folks to submit feedback (the Trac issue
> tracker is not very inviting for newbies)
>> I'd appreciate hearing from others about if and/or how we should be
>> attempting this.
> I would be interested in helping to come up with a process for monitoring
> and responding to frustrations voiced by those using or evaluating Plone.
> Nate Aune - [EMAIL PROTECTED]
> http://nateaune.com (personal blog)
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> http://twitter.com/natea (daily updates)
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