Makes sense, just it needs to be pretty much accessible to non-technical readers, since
Fedora Magazine is for a wider audience.
It would be helpful to get some numbers. Do you guys know:
- the number of attendees and speakers for this year and last year?
- is there an article about it from last year that I could compare to show growth?
- where will the videos be? Can I already see some?
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Brian Exelbierd" <bex(a)pobox.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 16, 2016 11:20:07 AM
Subject: [Marketing] Re: Flock summary article for the Magazine
On Mon, Aug 15, 2016, at 06:55 PM, Natalie Ardasevova wrote:
I promised you I would write a Flock summary article about Flock for the
Magazine. I should do it soon, and wanted to ask if you have any points
which you'd like to see there? The suggestions you gave me for the
pre-event article helped me a lot. It would help now as well so I know
what to focus on. Should I highlight the keynotes? Conference life? It is
not as much a personal view like a blog post, but a more general
information... so I need your help :) I assume it would also include
links to the videos and transcriptions?
I suggest that you link to the talks wiki page that is now being worked
As for content, I suggest that you concentrate on how the conference
moved the project forward. What ideas and working groups were held.
This way people understand the "do" aspects of Flock, not just the
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