On Sun, 2011-06-05 at 11:25 -0400, Marc Paré wrote:
At the last North American Community meeting, I volunteered to create
the Mexican membership wiki page.
Would it be OK for me to create a North American Community link on the
Marketing page? In this link, there would be a link to the US
marketing pages (already done), the Canadian marketing pages
(already done) and the Mexican marketing pages (not done yet -- see
"rationale" note below).
+1 from me.
At the last NA Community confcall we agreed that questions relating to
the NA Community would make use of the marketing-US mailist as means of
communication. I don't think we need another mailist as the traffic
would be quite low.
Yes - that was on my plate I think, IIRC, the idea was to ask Florian
about the the chances of renaming the list from us marketing to NA
marketing..if that sounds correct to folks then I'll send that email to
the website list this afternoon.
Would there be any problems with doing this? If I don't hear any
objections to this, I will then go ahead with all of this. (Mexican
membership help is welcomed!)
Go for it, I think.
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