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Hi Christoph, all,

Christoph Noack schrieb:
Hi all,

in the today's marketing conference call (Agenda at [1]), 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).

I agree that it is not easy to follow the threads on the topics you mention, but from our experience with the OOo Art project and even more the Branding Initiative there are important topics to be shared between the "general marketing" guys and the "designers/artist" working on branding and visual design.

Perhaps it could be a compromise to add dedicated [TAG]s to the subject of artwork, UX and design related topics, so they can be found very easily while not leaving the marketing list.

I'd propose to use the tag [DESIGN], as it covers not only artwork, branding and visual design, but usability design and UI design too.

If this tag is not sufficient to differ these topics from general marketing, we should definitely ask for a dedicated list (and consistent with the tag I'd call it - what actually has been Christoph's idea I present now shamelessly)

Best regards


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