2010/2/15 David Ramsey <diamond_ramsey(a)hotmail.com>:
Ryan, thank you for your e-mail. :)
> Robyn and I were hacking on the Talking Points SOP last night for
> the Marketing team, and it came up that you'd populated the Fedora 13
> talking points page with some of the features to use for talking points
> and were curious as to how you'd come up with which to list, so that we
> could document the brain functions behind it for the rest of the world :-)
I will try to help out. I built upon Robyn's template for the Fedora 13
talking points page as Robyn did good work with the Fedora 13 release
slogan, too. :)
> We're trying to document the standard procedures to create those pages for
> future releases, and your opinion would be much appreciated :-)
+1, I am game to help. :)
> Is there any chance you could meet us in #fedora-mktg at some point in
> the near future to discuss it?
Sounds good to me. :v)
What time schedule do you keep? (I'd ask what time zone you are in,
but that doesn't necessarily indicate when you're awake or sleeping
:D) I'd like to see if we can schedule a online chat while this is all
fresh in our minds. There is almost always someone awake on
#fedora-mktg, so if you have a time convenient to you, let us know.
Thanks for your help!
> : https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Fedora_13_Talking_Points
Please have a good one! :~)
- David -
Even monkeys fall from trees.
Even experts make mistakes.
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