in the today's marketing conference call (Agenda at ), some people
mentioned that the number of mails and the diversity of topics is a bit
too much for a single mailing list like marketing.
So my (unofficial) question is, whether you think that another
communication channel (mailing list, in the first step) might help.
What do you think?
Personally, I think that the combination of topics like "artwork",
"usability", "branding", "visual design", ... would make sense. On the
one hand, it prevents coming up with far too many lists", on the other
hand, it might engage collaboration of those, who hadn't the chance to
work together (in the past).
An additional rationale is that there are already some other people
ready to join - a separate mailing list would make it more easy for them
to follow the topics.
PS: "Unofficial question" (see above) means, that I am interested in
what you think about that. Once we are clear what to do, we might ask
the SC to set this up ... but not if we consider this unhelpful.
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