Love and feeding of marketing team.
Stephen John Smoogen
smooge at gmail.com
Thu Oct 13 22:40:38 UTC 2011
On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 16:31, Robyn Bergeron <rbergero at redhat.com> wrote:
> Helloooooooooo Marketing Fans,
> So...... I will be the first to admit that I've been a little lax (okay,
> actually, super-lax) in the Marketing area lately. Some of this has
> just been my time, or lack thereof, especially when it comes to meetings
> and having them, and some of it is simply that nobody else is really
> insisting on meeting and getting things done and kicking me in the pants
> about it, either. :)
> In the spirit of Getting Things Done, and more generally, having a bit
> more excitement around this joint, I'd like to get an idea for who's
> interested in getting the Marketing Train back on the tracks and up to
> speed. This means: meetings, being a bit more active in IRC, knocking
> out some of the release-time items, and most importantly, thinking about
> NEW THINGS we can do either around raising awareness, new things that
> new contributors can do, or just generally doing new things because
> doing the same stuff over and over and over is, let's face it, super boring.
> In short, just two questions:
> 1: Who's interested in coming to marketing meetings again, and working
> on release-related activities?
> 2: Does anyone have any new and cool ideas in the marketing area that we
> can pick up and work on?
> I'm here with my marketing defibrillators! Let's get it back together,
> folks. I'd like to just pick up with getting back at least on the
> meeting train next Tuesday, and we can adjust the time and whatnot if
> necessary as we go forward.
> Other thoughts or comments are welcomed. Flames too. I'm expecting those. :)
You aren't asking us to change passwords too are you?
I am interested in what I can do.
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Stephen J Smoogen.
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