idea! - Fedora Marketing Book Club

Robyn Bergeron robyn.bergeron at
Sat May 29 20:10:05 UTC 2010

Sweet. Thanks for picking it up. Do you want to update the wiki page
and maybe cross-post to ambassadors? Or.... Everyone, really (blog


On 5/29/10, delhage at <delhage at> wrote:
> On Mon, Feb 1, 2010 at 19:40, inode0 <inode0 at> wrote:
>> On Wed, Jan 27, 2010 at 9:46 PM, Robyn Bergeron
>> <robyn.bergeron at> wrote:
>>> * We start with a book in March.  One book per month - at the end of
>>> each month, we have an IRC discussion on what we've learned, and how
>>> we can apply it to Fedora and what we're working on.  Hopefully,
>>> everyone will want to do things like blog about what they've read and
>>> learned, or write about it to the fedora-mktg mailing list, or add a
>>> review to the book club wiki.
>> Ok, there are some books suggested now on the wiki and I would
>> encourage folks to make suggestions there rather than here. So we need
>> to decide how to choose the book of the month and choose it soon for
>> March. While I suspect many/most of the people on the list currently
>> have already read the starfish and the spider I still think it would
>> be a good book to begin with. Refresh our memory of it and have a
>> useful discussion about how it relates to the Fedora Project and how
>> it doesn't.
>> We should more widely advertise this too as I think this is
>> interesting to more than the marketing group. I know I'd like to see
>> many more ambassadors join.
> Since nothing has happened on this topic for a while,  John suggested
> on IRC tonight that we just announce some titles and see how it goes.
> So here it is:
> For June: The Starfish and the Spider
> For July: The Wisdom of Crowds
> Each one followed by an IRC discussion at the end of each month
> (#fedora-mktg?), date to be determined.
> Happy reading!
> /Lars
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