I publish multiple tweet streams, so I wrote a Node.js webapp using Express and Pug to help me manage them.
This is what the user interface looks like.
This is a silent video. Hopefully it makes sense to everyone.
For example, ScalaCourses.com currently has two tweet streams,
each with their own schedule (times shown are HH:MM for a 24-hour clock):
ScalaCourses – tweets are published at 6:45 every day
SaleMore33 – This is a promotional campaign, starting on a certain day/time and ending on another day/time.
This stream tweets at 3:24, 9:24, 13:24, 18:24, and 23:24.
crontab, running on a local XUbuntu machine, runs a Node.js command-line app that publishes the tweet streams:
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