Le 2010-10-28 14:19, Drew Jensen a écrit :
is basically a lobbying organization, with working groups for different
focus areas, one of which is Education. Working groups there are really
just mailing lists - go figure.
It seems to me that the US marketing group for TDF should introduce
themselves on the list there - which really means those that might want
to join both lists I suppose - but also, we should have a place for
folks interested in TDF/LibreOffice specifically in the US market to
which brings me to this:
Now it's a wiki, I trust you guys - what I would to make is a one page
hello education world from the TDF/LibreOffice team, so that if/when I
send the email to the osaf saying HI - heard of us...I can link to both
the main site, and some wiki page specific to that purpose - the purpose
being a link that will go to the people on that public mailing list.
Asking for your help, feel free to edit that page or comment - if you
comment you can always use the discussion page, attached to the wiki
page above...at some point, with help, it might be ready to copy to a
permanent home page - then send some Hello messages..
Nice! Sounds like a very good idea for the US team. Maybe you could also
see if they could post a feed of the Document Foundation Planet
(http://planet.documentfoundation.org/). Also arrange with them to post
any news on their site of interest, that these articles could be posted
on our planet site as teasers and linked back to their pages. This would
make it a little more attractive to them.
Sounds like a good idea. I think that there is the same kind of
organisation in Canada. We could do the same.
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