So we're a go for the Design Team FAD late next month.
Part of the event is an outreach event we wanted to do in the local
community - a badges hackfest.
I created an eventbrite registration page for it so we can try to
advertise the event and see what kind of interest we get.
Can you sanity-check what I came up with? Does it make sense?
Particularly, I'm looking for advice from Marie & Maria since you both
have run badge workshops before.
Here is the link:
I capped the event at 30 participants but we can up that if you think
it'd make sense.
I haven't advertised this yet, but my plan is to advertise to the local
community Facebook page, to local schools, and to Red Hat employees
(maybe their kids would want to come.)
Hello Design team,
In this week's CommOps meeting, we were reviewing a ticket discussing
how to help make it easier for Ambassadors to find and discover
marketing and design resources that have been created for long-term use.
It was noted by an Ambassador that it can be difficult to find certain
resources and know where to look to find things that are useful for
events and other advocacy-related efforts.
You can read more about the current discussion in this ticket.
We were hoping to get some background to understand how exactly the
Design Team workflow is like and how we could try to solve this problem
without causing disruption to how things are done and work already in
If anyone has a moment to review the ticket and add a comment, or reply
back to this email with thoughts / an explanation, it would be greatly
appreciated as we help figure out a solution for this issue! Thanks all.
Justin W. Flory
In the CommOps meetings for the past couple weeks, we've been throwing
around the idea of having a Badges workshop where CommOps and the Design
team can meet together. This also fits into some of the discussion about
Fedora Hubs as of recently too.
In the workshop, we would try to work through any important badges that
need to be created or defined, talk about strategy for creating badges,
and maybe triage existing badge tickets. It could also specialize in
specific topics for Badges based on other needs too.
I put together a WhenIsGood poll to help find times that work for anyone
that is interested in contributing or attending such a workshop. If
you're interested, please fill out the times that work best for you below!
Justin W. Flory