Re: Packets for Local User Groups


A GNOME event box for the group. So like you say, they don't have to
return it.

Sounds like a good idea, but what work is involved?  If the materials
are the same as what we include in the event box, then perhaps we just
need to add some text to the User's Group Wiki page so people know where
to get the materials.

Or are there any materials we should create that are specific to User's
Groups.  Perhaps by helping to make them more interesting/fun/active?

Though, I'd think that we should work more to revive gugmeisters, and
this would probably be a good topic to discuss there instead of here.
Doing some work to make sure that people who do work relating to
GNOME User's Groups or who are active members subscribe to the list
would be a good idea.


On Thu, Aug 26, 2010 at 3:55 AM, Emily Chen <emilychen522 gmail com
<mailto:emilychen522 gmail com>> wrote:

    Yes, that's a good idea. A GNOME packet sounds like a GNOME event box ?

    In Taiwan's case, we can send a GNOME packet for the next COSCUP
    2011, the local taiwan users group can host a booth in the
    conference. After the conference, the packet can be managed by the
    local users group for future events and activities.


    2010/8/25 Stormy Peters <stormy gnome org <mailto:stormy gnome org>>

        In case you aren't on the marketing list. I thought with new
        local user groups in the Asia region, this might be an
        interesting idea.

        ---------- Forwarded message ----------
        From: *Stormy Peters* <stormy gnome org <mailto:stormy gnome org>>
        Date: Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 12:35 PM
        Subject: Packets for Local User Groups
        To: GNOME Marketing List <marketing-list gnome org
        <mailto:marketing-list gnome org>>

        Ubuntu has packets now that they send to new local user groups.

        I thought it was an idea we might want to copy for GNOME.


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