Re: Summit on gnome.org
- From: David Neary <dneary free fr>
- To: r rvyas gmail com
- Cc: "Tim Ney, GNOME Foundation" <director gnome org>, gnome-web-list gnome org, marketing-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Summit on gnome.org
- Date: Sat, 24 Sep 2005 10:34:38 +0200
Can we try an experiment?
Rather than the standard (rather sterile) press wire release, can we
make something a lottle less formal, and use word-of-mouth? Have it on
the website as an announcement, and send it around as an e-mail (which
means it'll have to be a bit lighter than usual, and actually look like
someone wrote it as an e-mail).
Just an idea, and since the summit (being a developers meeting) has very
little mainstream press appeal, perhaps it's a good time to start
playing with how we do communication.
rajiv vyas wrote:
On Fri, 2005-09-23 at 20:28 -0400, Tim Ney, GNOME Foundation wrote:
On Fri, 2005-09-23 at 19:46 -0400, rajiv vyas wrote:
Besides the text for the start page, what about a press release of some
sort that we can put it on the Web site and even distribute it to
journalists who cover tech?
That works - particularly if some of the Summit topics, i.e. performance
can give it some substance.
Let me look into this. Where can I find details (including summit
topics) of past and present summit information? And what should be the
focus of the release i.e. why is this summit important and how is it
different from the past ones? Sorry, new to the list so would need some
help in digging info.
Also, any ideas on: how many developers attended the summit in 2004, how
many are expected to attend this year and who the sponsors are?
bolsh gimp org
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