Re: Seeking GNOME marketing info

Sort of.

I collect data for some time and wanted to start a wiki page since Luis
complained about a missing marketing plan. Here it is:

Not quite finished yet. Please add additional data.

Best regards,

On Fri, 2009-05-29 at 16:25 -0500, Brian Cameron wrote:
> One thing that seems to be missing from the current GNOME marketing
> materials is some basic information about how many people currently
> use GNOME, and why people would want to use it.  It seems that it would
> be good to have a resource, perhaps on the GNOME Marketing Wiki[1] that
> highlights this sort of generally useful information.
> Has the GNOME community done studies in the past to determine how
> large the GNOME desktop market share is?  Any pointers would be
> appreciated.  Are there any presentations or useful data points floating
> around that should be archived more visibly?  In general, any pointers
> to information that highlights why GNOME is a competitive desktop would
> be good to collect somewhere.
> It seems it would be good to have a page that highlights achivements
> by the GNOME community.  For example, information about awards such as
> recently being voted the "Favorite Desktop Environment by Linux Journal,
> receiving the 2002 Hellen Keller award [2], the Trophees du Libre" award
> [3], and the Lutece d'Or Award [4] seems the sort of thing that would
> be good to flesh out such a page.
> Thanks,
> Brian
> [1]
> [2]
> [3]
> [4]
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