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Hi Marc,

Marc Paré wrote on 2010-10-20 15.36:
Could we establish between ourselves who will take the lead as far as
representing the marketing group? IMHO, I believe that one or two
individuals (I prefer 2 individuals) should be elected to take the lead
as the marketing spokesperson. We will have to report back to the SC
from time to time on the direction/use/ ... of the marketing group. I
think that we should discuss this so that we can move on with a well
coordinated strategy.

we're working heavily on our infrastructure and project structure at the moment. Let's wait a bit more until we decide on the marketing leadership, but you're right, this needs to be done. For now, TDF has four official spokespeople: Italo, Charles, Olivier and myself.

We'll set-up some sort of marketing contacts for LibO soon, I guess.

The second area that we should be organising is the Wiki. It now has the
birthday icons on the front page. Could we ask that our leadership
identify the individuals in the marketing team be the only people
allowed to change the Marketing Wiki and any sub-pages? Our leads should
also have the ability to "lock-down" any pages when this is required. We
will also have to organise the US Marketing Wiki (as a sub-category) or
the main Marketing Wiki with similar permissions although making the
editing and lock-down priviliges only to the  US Marketing members.

Hm... I doubt that locking down a wiki is a good idea. A wiki is open for collaboration by anyone.


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