jasonliu at umich.edu
Mon Feb 1 17:06:54 UTC 2021
When popular software titles either get added as new ports, or when they
get a version update, maybe there should be some sort of post. For example,
I believe that LibreOffice recently got added to the ports tree, although
I'm not sure how complete of a package it is compared to the DMG installer
that is available directly from libreoffice.org; it's possible that it
might still be a work-in-progress. However, whenever one of the popular
titles reaches parity with the upstream authors' DMG installer, then we
could post something along the lines of "<software title> is now available
as an official package in MacPorts!"
I realize that what is considered a "popular software title" is very
subjective. Maybe "high visibility title" might be a more appropriate
phrase? I'm not sure. But anyway, that's my suggestion.
On Sat, Jan 30, 2021 at 12:50 PM Christopher Nielsen <
mascguy at rochester.rr.com> wrote:
> *On 2021-01-30-S, at 12:00, Rainer Müller <raimue at macports.org
> <raimue at macports.org>> wrote:*
> Yes, we do have a Twitter account , but we are not using it much.
> Mostly we announce new releases and maintenance stuff there.
> I added a new SocialMedia wiki page  to document the existence of such
> social media presence. This also has the list of users that already have
> access and the signatures they use for tweets.
> Help with this would be very welcome! I can give out access to more users
> via TweetDeck , if you tell me your Twitter handle.
>  https://twitter.com/macports
>  https://trac.macports.org/wiki/SocialMedia
>  https://tweetdeck.twitter.com
> You’re welcome to add me. My Twitter handle is @ChrisNielsen333.
> In terms of current tweet-worthy items, there are at least two that I’d
> * The recent migration to libjpeg-turbo. It was quick, painless, and a big
> win for our users!
> * All of the great work folks have been doing, to support Apple’s M1 Macs.
> Anything else?
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