A group/workflow for regularly poking the magazine contacts and writers.
robyn.bergeron at gmail.com
Fri Sep 11 23:24:29 UTC 2009
A lot of "industry"-type magazines will have an editorial calendar
that they make available, usually a year-ish in advance, via their
websites. A lot of the trade mags dedicate certain months to certain
topics, which are published on the calendar, so we'd want to look for
things like "linux" (obviously) or more narrow topics (an issue on
robotics could have a story on the use of linux in robotics, etc). If
we have a list of magazines, we could divide it up a few ways and hunt
down the appropriate info; if we don't have a list of magazines,
someone could start putting one together.
Cheers, tgif :)
On 9/11/09, Mel Chua <mel at redhat.com> wrote:
>> The idea was like this:
>> For example, If a magazine is going to have an issue on Localisation,
>> the team will ensure there is an article on Transifex if someone is
>> interested to write it. (I bet there will be :))
>> Or if a magazine is going to roll out an issue on IT infrastructure,
>> the team will ensure that someone writes about puppet and so on.
> ...oh hey, that's even better - I love this idea. Would you be
> interested in starting and leading it for the F12 cycle (now-November)?
> How do we find out what magazines will be writing about before they
> publish? I've seen mailing lists like http://helpareporter.com/ that let
> reporters query a wide range of people about the articles they're
> writing, but that's all I can think of at the moment, and that only
> helps us with articles reporters are already writing, and not with
> getting new Fedora-authored articles into themed issues.
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