Idea for tracking Fedora Marketing team success

Ryan Rix ry at
Mon May 17 02:20:00 UTC 2010

On Sun 16 May 2010 4:57:26 pm Luke Slater wrote:
> Hey everyone,
> I noticed on the Fedora Marketing Wiki page that you are starting to
> think about ways that we can track how the marketing team is doing so
> I was wondering whether something like a PHP application which could
> aggregate the "buzz" about Fedora over several social networks over
> time and thus be able to generate reports/graphs and such would be
> useful to the Marketing team?
> As well as potentially being a pretty cool tool for visualising and
> tracking what people are saying about Fedora, if it were expanded to
> look for talk about specific releases or products then you could tell
> if marketing campaigns are paying off in terms of whether people are
> talking about it or not and whether we are meeting targets in that
> respect too. Gerard Braad tells me that recently we've tried marketing
> particular feature-sets in an attempt to more concretely define the
> Fedora userbase and I think it could be useful for this too.
> I would be happy to work on something like this, so let me know what
> you think :-)
> Thanks,

Hi Luke,

Sweet idea! :)

How about something like ? I can get with kde-www and 
see if the code behind it as freely available.


Ryan Rix
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