#34 Fedora accounts for Google and FB
Opened 2 years ago by algogator. Modified 2 years ago

Currently, I'm using my dev account to register the app to generate the client ID for the share buttons. Do we have a separate account for this?


@pfrields @ryanlerch @bproffit @mattdm Do any of you know if we have a consistent way of integrating social media integration in Fedora / Red Hat project sites? I was thinking of the Fedora Magazine, but I wasn't sure how it's done there.

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2 years ago

Hi @jflory7 can you assign this task to me. i would like on it

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2 years ago

@feisal this is not an issue for beginners, please have a look at the other issues :smile:

Google+ will be shut down on April 2. We should remove the G+ button.

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2 years ago

I agree, it doesn't make sense to include Google+ since it's shutting down next month. I'll try to dig into how other Fedora sites that integrate with Facebook are doing it.

We can also integrate with Twitter in a way which allows us to collect statistics based on shares through buttons. This is likely also done elsewhere, such as the Magazine's social integration.

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