[Ambassadors] F21 media

Jiri Eischmann eischmann at redhat.com
Wed Oct 1 16:07:05 UTC 2014


Matthew Miller píše v St 01. 10. 2014 v 11:53 -0400:
> On Wed, Oct 01, 2014 at 05:01:06PM +0200, Jiri Eischmann wrote:
> > The quantities and whether the alternative DVD will be produced is at
> > the discretion of the regions because the production is paid from their
> > budgets and they're the closest to users, so they should know the best
> > what they need.
> 
> I think this is a good idea, particularly because the Ambassadors (both
> globally and regionally) should be best-placed in the project to judge media
> demand.
> 
> We should make sure to plan some budget for this (both in the remainder of
> this year and for next FY), and I think that we should to expand this even
> beyond per-region to considering per-event requests. At most events, we want
> to promote our unified Fedora message as designed by the marketing team, but
> there are other situations as well:
> 
> a. "grassroots' events like LUG meetings, where the ambassador on the ground
>    may be involved primarily because of their work on or interest in KDE or
>    some other spin. (And this isn't just desktops; I'd support some funding
>    for making media for the robotics spin for a robotics meetup, if someone
>    wanted to do that — Fedora _is_ the OS of choice for the world's best
>    RoboCup team!)
> 
> b. Linux fests and events where we know that the audience's primary interest
>    is going to be how the desktop they care about works on Fedora, not our
>    Fedora Workstation developer target.

The standard media production should be planned in regional budgets. At
least we have money for it in the EMEA budget.

We don't have money for special media for particular events. That's
something we may be able to cover from reserves (if we have any :) ).
There is also a practical problem with production. The vendor we're
using doesn't even produce pressed DVDs in quantities under 1000 and
burnt DVDs are pretty expensive (up to $1.5 per DVD). DVD production in
small quantities is expensive.

Jiri  





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