[In the news] Linuxcompatible.org: Fedora 19 released

Adrian Soliard a.soliard at gmail.com
Mon Jul 8 11:45:47 UTC 2013


I'm sorry, now I understand.

I thought that sending the links was a better way, but you are right,
sending a lot of articles will make more difficult discussions about a
specific article.

My mistake, I'm sorry.


2013/7/8 Ankur Sinha <sanjay.ankur at gmail.com>

> On Sun, 2013-07-07 at 23:50 -0300, Adrian Soliard wrote:
> > I really appreciate your interest in sharing ALL you read about
> > "Fedora 19 release".
>
> It isn't about me sharing what I read. It's about passing on to the list
> what is being published so it can be validated, and corrections, if any,
> passed on to the article authors. It's one of the functions of the
> marketing team, as I understand. For instance, the article that went
> "Red Hat releases Fedora 19" is inaccurate, and we need to reach out to
> the authors and point it out.
>
> >
> > Since 2 of july, my e-mail is receiving almost 3 mails from the
> > marketing list with subject "[in the news]"; Can you, at least, join
> > in only one mail 3 or 4 links of the articles you read? Because, for
> > me, it's annoying see that I have, today, 30 emails from you.
>
> I understand completely. As I've seen in the past, each article is sent
> in a separate mail, probably so that the archives are easier to sift
> through if needed in the future.
>
> >
> > I hope that you don't get angry, right? It's only a recomendation.
> >
>
> Not at all. I think I've already covered whatever I could find for
> Fedora 19 though, so your mail box shouldn't get flooded again, until
> the next release.
>
> If possible, can you please maybe use a filter for the ML? If the list
> gets more activity, as we hope it will, you'll run into this issue
> again.
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> Warm regards,
> Ankur (FranciscoD)
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