On Wed, Feb 12, 2014 at 05:55:24PM -0500, Ruth Suehle wrote:
- I'm still concerned about the Red Hat point of view on using
"products" for Fedora things.
I haven't heard anything officially from anyone about this concern.
This word doesn't necessarily have to be used in marketing, and we can avoid
it if need be. However, I do think it's an important word that is hard to
replace, from an internal-to-Fedora messaging point of view. We are talking
about artifacts that we _produce_ intentionally. I don't think that there's
any real possibility of confusion that we are suddenly going to up and start
trying to sell these things, but it's nice to talk about a process that
_makes certain things_.
- We are already understaffed, so to speak, as a marketing team. We
able to sort-of serve three things, but if we're going to be adding
anything that someone "can pull off," we just won't be equally serving
So, for the "shows required resources" camp, that could simply mean that
those resources need to include more help for this team too.
Matthew Miller -- Fedora Project -- <mattdm(a)fedoraproject.org>