+ambassadors list to see if we get anyone to "step up" as Ben has suggested
Hijacking a bit as so much good has been said.
On Tue, Apr 16, 2019 at 5:59 PM Eduard Lucena <x3mboy(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
I used the TPs when I was actively doing Ambys work: Knowing what is new and if a new
change can be appealing to a certain audience. But I'm probably one of the minor
public that actually uses it.
I think having someone explain how they use the TP will be helpful.
We seem to produce (or attempt to produce) multiple related items:
* Release notes
* Talking Points
* Press Releases
* Release post in Magazine
While these have different goals, I suspect we could remove the
talking points and just by providing links in the Release post to the
Release notes cover most use cases.
We don't formally "battle card" and we don't have an overarching event
strategy so each ambassador/event owner should be picking the focus
that makes sense for their audience, regardless of what talking points
I see TPs as a "human-readable" change set, a way to show in a non-technical
language what's new and what's awesome, it's meant to be a great way to make
people to understand the changes, but actually I'm not sure too much people uses it. I
think the best way to know this is to query ambys and other interested teams if they find
it useful, or even if there are changes/modifications/improvements to make them better.
I can run this poll, but we need to come with an medium to make this (web poll, ML,
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