Em Dom, 2006-03-12 às 22:54 +0545, Abhishek Singh escreveu:
> Dear Punit,
> Your designs are all well and it seems you are a bit
> interested in Flash animation. The animation I liked most is of
> template 4. Could you please try with different colours instead of
+1! Animation is looking great! I enjoyed the words and the font, but
the orange background is an external element to Fedora's new look.
> I would like you to experiment with blue background and off-white
> text. Moreover we should as well give place to other web elements on
> the page, as the flash animation alone won't do much.
> Let me wait for your new tweaked designs.
> Abhishek Singh
> Fedora-ambassadors-list mailing list
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I have some questions....
- - How many packages?
- - How many using?
- - How many desenvolvedores?
- - How many translating?
- - Other collaborators?
- - How many packages we have in the Fedora Core?
- - How many packages in the Extras ?
- - Which countries use the Fedora ?
- - Great companies who use the Fedora ?
- - How many ambassadors in the world ?
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Sorry I am cross posting this between the marketing list and ambassadors
list. Please reply on the marketing list if you would.
I am of the opinion that the marketing project has been allowed to die
and be carelessly replaced by the Ambassadors project that was born from
the marketing project.
I see that we can do things several ways. We can continue on ignoring
the Fedora community posting requests for input to the private
ambassadors list that a small number will ever see or we can be sure to
become active in the marketing list involving the community as a whole
in how Fedora is marketed.
Why have the private list?
The privacy of the Ambassadors list has a purpose and should be
maintained in my opinion. One of the things it was designed to do is
help protect the limited advertising resources of the Foundation by
preventing the pilfering of media and other goodies like t-shirts.
However much of the "noise" on this list in the past could have been
better with community input from the marketing list.
What can the marketing list bring that the ambassadors can not?
The marketing list can bring greater visibility from the community by
being a public sounding board for ideas. Many of these ideas can be
hashed out in public, refined in private and still have the "splash"
that may be desired. I would urge all ambassadors to be part of the
greater marketing list and also to avoid cross posting of information
between the lists unless it is absolutely needed.
Fedora is a community driven project, in fact community may very well be
the most important part of Fedora. If the Ambassadors are to take over
all the marketing in private we are in my opinion destined for failure.
We will have removed the community from the drivers seat and made it a
second class passenger.
Robert 'Bob' Jensen <marketing-list(a)fedoralinks.org>
Fedora Marketing Projects
I am working on images and setting them to 800x600 instead of 1024x768.
I will add description for each presentation. They shoud be ready before
March 15. Any one can correct mistake inside presentation.
> Karsten Wade wrote:
> On Thu, 2006-03-02 at 00:14 +0530, Rahul Sundaram wrote:
>> What we have now is a bunch of screenshots and videos
> We got this bug filed against the Tour:
> The point is, any tours should only show a desktop that came from Core.
> Extras is enabled but not as clear to new users, so we would be showing
> an application they can't "find" in the Core install, which leads to a
> loss of credibility in our tour.
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