The Twitter feed @mi_yodeya is now entirely human-run. We want to use it to promote Mi Yodeya content to a wider audience, using our God-given human intelligence to pick out material that's likely to be of people's interest now.
We'll be aiming to tweet at least once per (non-Sabbath/Festival) day, each time promoting one Q&A that may be especially interesting to people on that day. It may relate to one of the following:
- Weekly parasha
- Daf Yomi
- Upcoming holiday
- A story in the headlines
- Particularly awesome new content on Mi Yodeya
- Project 929
If you want to enrich your Twitter stream with carefully-selected, high-quality Jewish Q&A, follow @mi_yodeya.
Want to be one of the people behind @mi_yodeya? Here's how:
Retweet us, of course!
Give us constructive feedback on our tweets via Twitter or in our chatroom for this purpose.
@mi_yodeya is an unofficial effort by members of the Mi Yodeya community, including the author of this post, and is not run by the elected moderators (in that capacity) or by Stack Exchange, Inc. You can contact the project in private by direct-messaging @mi_yodeya on Twitter or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.