On Sep 9, 2010, at 11:44, Alexander Reichle-Schmehl wrote:
Am 12.08.2010 12:31, schrieb Stefano Zacchiroli:
In addition to that, I've realized that Raphael was totally right. The
publicity team on this list is just great (as also observed/discussed at
DebConf10) and what we really need now is *publicity* about this team,
kind of meta-publicity :-).
We really suck at our own publicity ;)
heh. Sad, but kinda true. =)
From here on, we really need a mail posted to d-d-a making clear that
the team is alive and kicking and explaining how to interact with it and
how to participate. I believe the guidelines I've drafted shall go into
that mail, since not using d-d-a properly is one of the main problem we
can solve that way. More generally, I'd use the d-d-a mail to attract
people interested in "Debian marketing" to this list and to
Okay, I' working on a first draft athttp://whiteboard.debian.net/bits-from-publicity-team.wb
Thanks Tolimar! I have to post my slides from the Debian Marketing BoF from DebConf10 somewhere where people can see them and then do a follow up post about that stuff. I'll try and catch up.