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**Discussed in [2017-03-07
Ideally, we want to have a concept or proposal to share with the Fedora Council in time
for our presentation of the state of Fedora Marketing (currently aimed for March 22nd). In
the meeting today, @x3mboy covered the scope and three initial milestones. Feedback is
welcome and encouraged. Ideally, in our next meetings, we will be able to revise or expand
on the milestones to get a more complete picture.
We discussed about what the scope of an "education-focused" campaign would be.
We first considered the type of educational institute to focus on. Considering that
it's a plausible conclusion that we have more contributors involved with universities
instead of local primary / high schools and we might be able to have a more easily
measurable impact at universities, we first narrowed it down to **universities**.
Secondly, we considered the different roles of a university community, and decided to
again narrow it down to specifically **students**. The thinking is that it is likely
easier for a professor to share Fedora / Linux / open source with other faculty and
students than for a student to introduce the same things to a professor or faculty
It's not impossible that these scopes can be expanded in the future, but for now, the
purpose to start small and maximize our available resources to the highest potential, and
then grow as the campaign grows.
### First three milestones
More detailed discussion in the [full
1. Build a "roster" of Fedora contributors involved at universities across the
world (updating the [list we have
2. Build university-focused "talking points" useful for Fedora contributors to
introduce Fedora (and possibly wider concepts like Linux and open source) to students
3. From the points, begin creating resources (e.g. logos, brochures / flyers, etc.) based
on the talking points to highlight strong parts and make it easier to get a message
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