[Marketing] Marketing-trac: #219: Create Python talking points for Ambassadors

Marketing Team marketing-team-trac at fedorahosted.org
Thu Mar 10 02:45:38 UTC 2016

#219: Create Python talking points for Ambassadors
  Reporter:  jflory7         |      Owner:
      Type:  task            |     Status:  new
  Priority:  critical        |  Milestone:  Fedora 23
 Component:  Talking points  |   Severity:  urgent
Resolution:                  |   Keywords:  python, meeting
Blocked By:                  |   Blocking:
Changes (by jflory7):

 * cc: kushal, jzb, bkp (added)


 '''Discussed in [https://meetbot.fedoraproject.org/fedora-
 meeting-1/2016-03-09/marketing.2016-03-09-21.55.html 2016-03-09

 = Banner =
 bkp volunteered to update the
 [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Marketing/Python_brochure Python brochure]
 for 2016. The source for the image and the basics are there, but it needs
 some refreshing for 2016.

 Once the changes are complete, the revisions will be uploaded to the wiki
 and a notification will be sent to the Marketing list so we can begin
 printing / distributing this across the channels.

 = Marketing ideas and approaches =
 We had a few ideas come up for how we can approach marketing to
 Pythonistas about why Fedora is awesome to work on Python with!

 * Promote [https://summerofcode.withgoogle.com/ Google Summer of Code]
 Python projects on the Community Blog, Magazine, and social media
 * Get a conversation started on the list about using Python in containers
 and how Fedora is a great place to do this kind of work (bring in some
 Pythonistas to the conversation, like Nick Coghlan, Kushal Das, etc.)
 * Talk to the [https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/SIGs/Python Python SIG]
 about organizing another Python2 => Python3 vFAD to get some awesome work
 done and promote how Python3 is a big thing in Fedora

 = Standalone meeting? =
 jzb also mentioned the possibility of dedicating an entire meeting time
 slot to only this topic. Do we want to make it take over next week's
 meeting (or at least leave the first ten minutes for high priority tickets
 and the other 50 minutes only for Python)? Or do we want to schedule a new
 meeting in a new time slot to try to pull in some Python experts who might
 not otherwise be able to attend?

Ticket URL: <https://fedorahosted.org/marketing-team/ticket/219#comment:2>
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