On Thu, Sep 05, 2013 at 06:40:56PM +0200, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
Jiri Eischmann píše v St 17. 07. 2013 v 16:58 +0200:
> I've decided to organize production of Fedora fliers for specific target
> groups because that's something I'd like to have for events at least in
The nice thing is if we produce them, we will have them worldwide.
> I've already spoken with Matt Miller about a "Fedora in
the cloud" flier
> and he promised he would help me create the content.
> I'm also thinking about other fliers:
> Fedora for developers
> Ruby on Fedora
> Python on Fedora
Fedora in the cloud seems like a good one, as does Fedora for
developers. I think "Ruby on Fedora" may be a bit too fine-grained.
> The fliers shouldn't be overly informative. They should
> several clear points why the target group should use Fedora and what
> benefits Fedora can offer them. And a link to somewhere they can find
> more information, download Fedora.
So we'll need an online page to complement the flyer?
I'd like to ask about the fliers again.
I know we discussed it at Flock and the tasks were assigned to several
people. But I'm not sure if we set some deadline for it.
I don't think we did, no. I've created trac tickets for two flyers so
- Fedora for Cloud and Virtualization
- Fedora for Server
I think "Fedora for Developers" would also be a good one to have done by
end of this release cycle, but may not be needed by LinuxCon EU. Others
may disagree, feel free to speak up!
I really need fliers for LinuxCon Europe, especially cloud, server,
virtualization topics because the event is very enterprise oriented.
Do you think we can get them done in the marketing team by LinuxCon
Europe (the end of October) or should I work on some alternative
solution? I'm of course willing to help people with the tasks to finish
it before LinuxCon.
Please add yourself to CC on the existing trac tickets and we can work
together on content. I can work on content, but I will need help with
actually producing something visually appealing. Volunteers?
Actually, it'd be wonderful if we had a template (maybe we do already?)
that that we could fit text into.
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