During the autumn we will run a series of blogs covering different topics, these blogs will be followed up by a Twitter chat session where you get the opportunity to have a live discussion with OpenText employees such as R&D and Services well as other customers and partners.
What is a Twitter chat?
A Twitter chat gives you the possibility to discuss a certain topic, using a specific hashtag, with other people at a specific time and during a specific time period. If you want to have a look at other Twitter chats before participating you can check out Windows #winchat or #prodchat that talks about productivity. Remember that the latest posts are on the top so to follow the conversation from the start you have to scroll down.
How it works
The Twitter chat starts out with the moderator opening the Twitter chat. The people participating introduce themselves shortly and then it’s time for the first question or discussion point. Each subject will have a set of questions or discussion points that will be communicated on StreamShare prior to the event. Each of these questions will sequentially be discussed. The moderator will tell you when it’s time to move on to the next question.
The event will run bi-weekly on Thursdays at 15:00 to 16:00 CET and we will be using the #strschat hashtag.
How to participate
It’s easy to participate, follow the steps below and you’ll be all set to go.
- Sign up for a free Twitter account, http://twitter.com.
- Sign in to a twitter application. We recommend you use either http://twitter.com or http://tweetchat.com but any Twitter application will work.
- Search for #strschat and you will find the conversation. If you are using TweetChat the tweets will be automatically filtered. If you are using Twitter don’t forget to show “All” so you don’t miss any posts.
In the first Twitter chat we will be discussing what will be available in next large release of the OpenText StreamServe product.
We have invited Robert Smith, Lead Architect of
the StreamServe product to discuss this subject
Reserve time in your calendar for the first Twitter chat session the 4th of October!
I hope you take this opportunity to ask questions and discuss with other like-minded and I hope to see many of you there.
Maria Kowalewski, Community Manager