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Re: debian publicity team guidelines?

I started a Debian Publicity Team wiki page for starting to register
There are many things I am still unaware.
Please, I invite all team to contribute there, writing the details about
our team, guidelines and workflows.
Andre Felipe

[0] http://wiki.debian.org/DebianPublicityTeam

Em Qui, 2008-04-24 às 08:44 +0200, Raphael Hertzog escreveu:
> Hi Andre,
> On Wed, 23 Apr 2008, Andre Felipe Machado wrote:
> > Debian-news, debian-announce, debian-devel-announce are issued without
> > any discussion/review, as I observed.
> That's not really true. For debian-news, debian-announce, the announces
> are reviewed by the "press team" (Alexander Schmehl, Martin "Joey"
> Schulze) and by the team that redacted it in the first place
> (debian-release for example).
> For debian-devel-announce, it depends on each DD, some publish without
> review, other go through a review. Anyway, d-d-a is a special purpose list
> and announces there should not be rewritten like PR are.
> > 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
> > debate.
> If you want to push PR to debian-news, you have to work with Alexander
> Schmehl, I believe it's totally possible but it will take a bit more
> effort. We really want fully reviewed stuff on those lists (this means
> a good english language, and content which gives a good image of Debian).
> I doubt that the PR you pushed to times.d.n (about 19 DD accounts and the
> delegations) would have been published "as is" given the reservations of
> several DD.
> BTW, Adrian van Bidder came with a much better formulation for the PR
> concerning delegations and it's somewhat a pity that you pushed your
> version without trying to use his version that was more factual than
> yours.
> > Also, this discussion should be held with the new Mkt Team delegates in
> > the list.
> They are welcome of course, but they are not required as well. As I
> understood it, the team is more oriented towards giving a coherent
> image of Debian in terms of wallpapers, logos, themes, etc.
> > Could our team leader invite them to subscribe and participate?
> Who is our team leader, in your opinion?
> Cheers,
> -- 
> Raphaël Hertzog

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