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Le 2010-11-02 10:05, James Walker a écrit :

What would be very cool would be to come up with something funny that would
have the chance to go viral on YouTube.

Maybe something along the lines of someone sitting around with 400 dollars
wondering what they can do with it.  and unstood of buying MS Office, they
download LibreOffice and but a couple really cool gadgets with the money.

Just throwing out an idea, it seems like viral videos not only get YouTube
time, but they also sometimes even make CNN's homepage.

James Walker

We could have more than one video production on the go. We should also post the videos on the TDF/LibO YouTube account (do we have one?) to get people used to going there as well. This is also where we should also post any instructional videos on LibO for new/medium/power users. We should try to make it a very dynamic site.

As for ideas for videos, I still like the idea where you get the audience to participate in saying: "I use LibreOffice for work/school/fun etc.(which ever purposes they use it for)" and that we take receipt of any audience video clip and glue these from end to end and post them on the LibO YouTube site. As the video clip grows, people would have to scroll through to see where their contribution was inserted and it would give people a view that LibO is used extensively all over the world. Fun for kids to watch as well as well enthused adults or commercial clients.

We could/should form a Marketing Video Team of people who would be interested in fostering and mentoring such projects.


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