I am the editor of the CentOS newsletter and I would like to publish
an article on Fedora 12, as this is what we will end up with in a few
Is someone interested in writing just a brief overview and some mayor
points. Do you have something prewritten I can modify.
My www page: www.ribalba.de
Email / Jabber: ribalba(a)gmail.com
Skype : ribalba
That's fine Kam, thank you very much!
Matias, I would love to get some shared responsibility over the
account for people like you working with the Fedora Marketing team, so
that we can do a great job of publicizing all of the things going on
in Fedora over each release cycle, as well as events, new team
projects, and the news items we expect to be arriving through our new
Fedora Insight system when that arrives in 2010. Please get back to
me when you get a chance.
Paul W. Frields
Fedora Project Leader
On Sun, Nov 29, 2009 at 7:38 AM, Kam Salisbury <kam(a)kamsalisbury.com> wrote:
> Hi Paul, I forwarded this email to Matias Kreder (delete(a)fedoraproject.org)
> that now has the account.
> On Thu, Nov 26, 2009 at 9:51 AM, Paul Frields <stickster(a)gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi Kam,
>> I'd like to ensure that the Fedora Marketing team has access to that
>> Twitter account. Also I'd like to make sure that we don't have a
>> single point of responsibility/failure for it if it represents the
>> Project. Can you email the login details to me so I can coordinate the
>> access among multiple people?
>> Thank you for helping to run it up until now!
>> Paul W. Frields
>> Fedora Project Leader
> Kam Salisbury
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My name is Matias Kreder, I've been using Fedora since Fedora Core 5,
I'm an Ambassador for Buenos Aires, Argentina where I live.
I'd like to join the Marketing group and also this mailing list in order
to be in touch, and to receive suggestions because today Kam Salisbury
sent me the account information to maintain the @fedora_linux account on
If any of you have something to announce via twitter, please feel free
to contact me!
Thank you! and Happy Thanksgiving day!
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A while back I had stolen some neurons from Rahul and Susmit while
The page has a bit of detail but it is somewhat nebulous and
Having a handbook that is "project focused" would be a good addition
to release-centric flyers. Would anyone like to take a look at this
and, figure out how to move forward with the content ? The original
idea I had was to re-use existing content so as to not burden everyone
with writing fresh snappy lines.
Sent from Brisbane, Qld, Australia