Self-Introduction: Sugar (Fran Sanchez)
Francisco Manuel Sánchez
fm at arquiactiva.com
Wed Nov 28 18:46:55 UTC 2012
thank you for your welcome!
I have liked reading your words about people interested in technical aspects
of Fedora, because I have to recognize that I'm a little bit worried about
my lack of technical skills.
I didn't know anything about Fedora in social media and, obviously, that's
something I'm very interested in. But I have some questions (and doubts)
about it. This morning I have been reading about Fedora Project mission and
its target audience, community, method and governance. The question is:
would a Fedora official account at Facebook fit our Core Values? Is this
kind of social networking service of interest for Fedora users?
Believe me, I'm not teasing, I'm just wondering about some marketing tools
and their convenience in a project like this. But, in any case, I'd love to
work in our presence in social media. You bet!
On the other hand, coordination in EMEA and the leaflets issue sound really
great too so I'll be very happy working with you on these issues or anything
Keep in touch!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jiri Eischmann" <eischmann at redhat.com>
To: "Fedora Marketing team" <marketing at lists.fedoraproject.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 28, 2012 5:21 PM
Subject: Re: Self-Introduction: Sugar (Fran Sanchez)
> Francisco Manuel Sánchez píše v Út 27. 11. 2012 v 19:59 +0100:
>> Hi, my name is Fran and I live in Barcelona, Spain. My Fedora Account
>> System (FAS) username is sugar, and I am new to IRC and would like
>> help getting started!
>> I learned about the Fedora Marketing team through the Fedora wiki, and
>> am interested in joining because I am studying marketing and business
>> administration and I think I will be able to help you in a near
>> This is the first FOSS project I have worked on and I have to
>> recognize that I have not worked in Marketing either. But I have
>> managed my own business and I have some experience dealing with some
>> of the typical issues of marketing (I am an architect)
>> My skills, which I hope to utilize in Fedora Marketing, include:
>> * Creativity (in fact, creativity is needed in my daily work)
>> * People skills.
>> * Work capacity and commitment
>> When I'm not working on Fedora, I am working as an architect and
>> studying business administration at the University.
>> I would like to spread the knowledge of the Fedora Project in the area
>> where I live and to learn to work in an environment of teamwork as
>> Please help me get started!
>> Thanks in advance.
>> PS I know I have to improve my English too, but that's something I'm
>> working on now.
> Hi Francisco,
> welcome to the team! I'm happy to see someone who is enthusiastic about
> marketing because Fedora Project attracts mostly people that are
> interested in technical aspects of Fedora and not in marketing and
> promotion which are also important.
> There is a large field for creativity.
> If you'd like to get some hits what to focus on:
> * I've been calling for better coordination of our presence in social
> media. I'm currently running Fedora Project's page at Google+, which
> works fine, but we don't really have any official account at Facebook
> for example.
> * I'd love to see more leaflets with information about Fedora. We've
> made leaflets about free graphic tools (GIMP, Inkscape,...) that you can
> find it Fedora, but I'd like to see more. For example leaflets about
> Ruby, Java, Python,... in Fedora with information why Fedora is a great
> platform for developing in a particular language. We could take such
> materials to conferences such as EuroPython, RuPy to promote Fedora
> among developers. This task would require coordination between our
> language team (to provide info what advantages and tools Fedora
> provides) and our design team to put the info together and create
> Marketing activity and coordination in EMEA would be great, too. When
> you get oriented in Fedora Project and want to execute your ideas, I'll
> be more than happy to help you.
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