Many thanks for the replies, Justin your idea is amazing, let me talk
with the marketing team about it
On 12/27/2017 02:26 PM, Justin W. Flory wrote:
> On 12/27/2017 03:22 PM, Eduard Lucena wrote:
>> Hi Justin,
>> Thanks for your Reply. I'm putting together several articles for the
>> CommBlog targetted to Ambys. Fedocal is one of them. When I have
>> something consistent I will send an email to the CommOps ML. Sadly, this
>> week is being more loaded with work for me than the rest of the year bu
>> I think I will be able to do it before the year ends.
> Awesome to hear! Don't worry too much about it before the end of 2017.
> It's the holiday season and I don't think many people are around now
> anyways. It's good to know you are already on top of this. :-)
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On 12/17/2017 11:43 PM, Alberto Rodríguez Sánchez wrote:
> Hi all (again)
> Sorry the last mail was a little general and vague i think (thanks
> Justin for pointing it)
Thanks for the clarification. :)
> We want to know if:
> 1.- Have you ever used Feature profiles?
My understanding is that feature profiles are handy "reference" pages to
talk about major new features in a Fedora release. I have not used them
because I haven't seen them produced since I became involved in Fedora.
> 2.- Do you think they are useful for the ambassadors tasks?
I find them useful to understand exciting new technical features. I'm
not always up-to-date on those things.
> 3.- After reviewing the SOP , Do you thing that is ok?, you want add,
> delete or update something?
Looking at: https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Feature_profiles_SOP
It's interesting that they take an interview format with developers. To
me, I would look to the Community Blog for this, to get the
"storytelling" angle mentioned in the SOP. Maybe they could be updated
to go from the wiki to the Community Blog in a special category or tag.
> 4.- Create this feature profiles is a task for marketing team only?
> ambassadors and/or mindshare can help to improve it?
I see it as an important task for Mindshare since it involves
collaborating and working together with people in different groups.
Justin W. Flory
I decided it was time that I joined the Fedora Marketing mailing list. I'm
Ben Cotton (FAS ID: bcotton) based in Indiana, USA. I've been a Fedora
contributor for about eight years now. I started in the Docs team as a
writer and later became the team lead for a while. My contributions have
waned as career and life became more demanding, so I stopped writing docs
and took over maintainership of a few small packages.
I want to start contributing more again. I am a marketing professional now,
so the marketing group seems like a good fit. My interests are writing,
making fun videos, and setting strategies. I do the first two for
Opensource.com when I'm not doing my dayjob.
My plan is to lurk here on the list for a little bit to get the lay of the
land, and then jump in. But if there are places that need immediate action,
I'll do my best to be helpful. I'm looking forward to working with you all.
Hi Marketing team,
I write this mail to discuss the ticket #247 open by bex and need a
lot more of discussion.
Please visit the ticket and remember any ideas or comments are
Alberto Rodriguez Sanchez <bt0dotninja(a)fedoraproject.org>