Re: GNOME Press Team: usage of gnome-press-team list

Sure, we can see if Stormy thinks there is any particular use for this list. As I mentioned, few of the people who are really part of the GNOME's press team are on it and it seems that the public discussion can be happening in a single place on the marketing list, and the sub-team discussion can be happening on the marketing private list.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Paul Cutler" <pcutler gnome org>
To: "Allan Day" <allanpday gmail com>
Cc: "Dave Neary" <dneary gnome org>, gnome-press-team gnome org, "Marina Zhurakhinskaya" <marinaz redhat com>, "marketing-list" <marketing-list gnome org>
Sent: Thursday, December 1, 2011 9:19:45 AM
Subject: Re: GNOME Press Team: usage of gnome-press-team list

We might want to ping Stormy about it - she had done a lot of work
setting up the press team and had some good ideas on how we create a
team that is available when opportunities arise about talking to the
press.  Where the marketing team may be focused more at times on
promotion of GNOME, this was almost a sub-team that might get press
training and stuff like that.

I think this was tied to an Ambassador-like program that was
brainstormed as well.


On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 3:53 AM, Allan Day <allanpday gmail com> wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 9:34 AM, Dave Neary <dneary gnome org> wrote:
>> Hi,
>> On 12/01/2011 12:20 AM, Marina Zhurakhinskaya wrote:
>>> I noticed that gnome-press-team list has very few members and little
>>> discussion. People who have recently been doing a lot of writing in GNOME,
>>> such as Karen and Allan, are not subscribed to it. Last discussion happened
>>> in April, with marketing-list CCed. It's a public list, and seems to have
>>> been superseded by marketing-list. So how about we make it obsolete?
>> I wasn't even aware of the team - traditionally, marketing-list was for
>> everything public, and marketing-private for everything private, so I agree
>> with folding gnome-press-team into marketing-list.
> Didn't know about it either! Closing the list sounds like the right thing to do.
> I actually think that merging the web list [1] into the marketing list
> would be a good idea too. Web is an essential part of marketing and
> our efforts feel too fragmented at the moment.
> Allan
> [1]
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