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Em 08-06-2011 10:52, Paulo de Souza Lima escreveu:
2011/6/8 Florian Effenberger <>

with qualified I mostly meant people who can do the job, because being a
media spokesperson requires some knowledge and experience.

Official spokespeople of the foundation as legal entity should be carefully
selected, and I guess we only need a few of them. Their task is mostly the
foundation itself, and not so much LibreOffice. The comparison does not fit
100%, of course, but think of it like in a corporation: You have a few
spokespeople legally represnting the corporation, but for specific projects
or groups, you have many more, as they are not legally representing it.

So, while the TDF spokespeople to my opinion should be approved members,
LibreOffice project and community marketing contacts do *not* have to be
approved members. Rather, their engagement in this area can even help them
in gaining the membership status.

Sounds ok.

ok, to me too..
 For me, it seems fine also.
That's good. :)
Indeed, the current workflow is not too good - we have some PRs translated,
and some not. By having something similar to the MarCons (marketing
contacts) we had back at, I hope to get many more people
involved. I will work on this, it just needs some more time. My first guess
is that the local groups simply can nominate/elect/vote on their marketing
contacts themselves, and I do not see a necessity of having the board of
directors involved.

Sounds ok also. Maybe a marketing workflow could be placed in the marketing
wiki page. So we could reproduce it locally.


Luiz Oliveira

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