On 09/08/2016 11:13 AM, Brian Proffitt wrote:
Thanks to Patrick's diligence, we have all of the social media accounts'
passwords gathered together and placed into safe keeping.
Unfortunately, I have found a problem... in the past, with the Fedora
Twitter account (@fedora) managed with HootSuite, I was able to generate
monthly analytics reports for the channel. Now, with @fedora access only
granted with TweetDeck, I am not able to do this. TweetDeck has no
analytics tools and using the native Twitter analytics is not possible
with direct access to the @fedora login information.
So, with hat in hand, I would like to ask for access to the @fedora
account for HootSuite. I would lock the channel up so that only I would
have access to the channel. To further secure it, I could ask Patrick to
log into my HootSuite account and connect the @fedora channel himself to
my account, so I would never actually see the password information.
Sorry to flip on this, but I was not aware Tweetdeck no longer had
I don't know if there was a resolution to this yet, but I didn't see a
reply in the list. I'm CCing to the Infrastructure list since they're
likely the best ones to review this request.
Justin W. Flory