As Fedora continues to become more and more real, it's clearly time to
figure out what role the Fedora marketing team needs to play. There will,
of course, be some issues to be negotiated around what the Fedora
marketing team can and cannot do based on Red Hat policy -- but:
a. There's plenty of things that a Fedora marketing team *can* do, now;
b. Fedora marketing should be pushing Red Hat to help define those limits.
So. Since Colin Charles is the owner of this list and one of its
originators, I've asked him to start putting together the pieces, to make
Fedora marketing its own project.
Good luck, Colin. Take us to the promised land. :)
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Community Relations ] [ to be lighthearted and intelligent. the
Red Hat ] [ machine easily masters the grim and the
] [ dumb. --mcluhan
Red Hat Summit ] [
New Orleans ] [ Learn. Network. Experience Open Source.
June 1/2/3 2005 ] [ (And Make Your Boss Pay For It.)
As the FUDCon II in Karlsruhe is drawing near, I would like to suggest
to those of you willing to promote FUDCon 2 to add this (or similar)
text to your signature:
FUDCon II @ LinuxTag
June 24-25, 2005 in Karlsruhe, Germany
Further, if you know someone who might be interested in attending
FUDCon II -- please invite them to come and encourage them to
We still have a few seats to spare, but the time is running out :)
Thanks a lot,
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