Fedora Contributor Stories
rafaelliu at gmail.com
Wed Jun 25 18:01:46 UTC 2008
I personally don't find the Fedora wiki well structured enough for a
"outsider" to nagivate smoothly. Before collecting any story we should think
about how/where to publish them. Again, I think a Red Hat Magazine approach
would be much more effective.
2008/6/25 Clint Savage <herlo1 at gmail.com>:
> 2008/6/25 rafael liu <rafaelliu at gmail.com>:
>> I think it's a great idea. Nothing like hearing from passionate guys to
>> raise passion on others. Making videos would definitely be a way to go.
>> One thing I think is missing is a way, a channel, to reach common people,
>> simple users, not just people working with Fedora Project. I find Read Hat
>> Magazine a great idea, and such a light approach to market and be in touch
>> with simple end users. Posting such videos there from time to time would
>> certainly make lists like this bigger =)
>> 2008/6/25 Ricky Zhou <ricky at fedoraproject.org>:
>>> At FUDCon, one of the things that I loved was hearing peoples' stories
>>> of how they got involved with Fedora. Could it be a good marketing
>>> campaign (aiming to attract new contributors) to collect and publish
>>> these somewhere? Maybe this could somehow be related to Mairin's "I am
>>> Fedora" videos as well.
>>> By the way, does the marketing team usually work on specific campaigns
>>> (with specific goals and targets)? Would this be a good way to organize
>>> marketing work better?
>>> What do you think?
> Not to rain on anyone's parade, but I recall seeing a discussion of 'User
> Stories' back a few months. There seemed to be very little response, but
> hey, its worth trying again I suppose.
> Here's the thread I found on the mailing list:
> And I did a quick search on the wiki and found this:
> Hope these things help.
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