debian publicity team guidelines?
The PRs are for journalists and newcomers, mostly.
The package-a-day, dwn, dpn, bits-from articles are for users and DDs.
Why prs are in Debian Times?
Well, I only have granted access to DT site and the wiki...
The Debian Publicity Team does not have a guideline, not even a
published list of members in charge.
Given the new Marketing Team delegations  what will be next?
Other FLOSS projects already have organized teams. We should organize
our efforts better.
Ages ago, I suggested using OpenOffice.org marketing team paper as a
Also, looking at good ideas from Ubuntu mkt team will help.
Maybe, cloning DPN pages as starting point for a Debian Times guidelines
I like the DPN workflow, inviting everyone to contribute a bit directly
at the wiki draft (hope more contributors). Debian-news,
debian-announce, debian-devel-announce are issued without any
discussion/review, as I observed.
But a previous discussion about what should be published where, who are
in charge of what, who can contribute to what, etc, could focus the
Also, this discussion should be held with the new Mkt Team delegates in
Could our team leader invite them to subscribe and participate?
Em Qua, 2008-04-23 às 16:16 +0200, Michael Banck escreveu:
> On Wed, Apr 23, 2008 at 10:56:23AM -0300, Andre Felipe Machado wrote:
> > The draft is not for DDs, please remember.
> Hrm, and here we disagree I guess. I always considered the target
> audience of times.debian.net to be Debian developers, Debian users and
> people generally interested in Debian, but not necessary unrelated
> journalists. Those rather monito the debian-news, debian-announce and
> (to a lesser extent maybe) debian-devel-announce mailing lists.
> I think that some of the stories we see on times.debian.net (and mostly
> those which you pushed, thanks a lot for that again) should rather be on
> debian-news (and then mirrored on times.debian.net, as are DWN/DPN and
> other news), but so far debian-news is underused by the press team and
> it is not clear which direction the new publicity team is going to take
> in this regard, if any. But using times.debian.net as an alternative
> channel for press releases looks wrong to me, I consider it to be more
> like Ubuntu's fridge. But maybe the other times.d.n editors disagree
> with me, and I am the only one with this concern.