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Tom Davies wrote on 2011-08-20 10:57:
I think the role will help 'local' teams by making sure that not everyone in
their team is forced to join the international list and yet they can have
complete confidence that important and relevant stuff is being copied to the
other list and being received from it.  I think that is the main aim?  I'm not
completely sure tbh but i think so.

well, to make it clear:

I expect *anyone* who is an official marketing contact to join all the relevant lists and follow them. Having officially appointed contacts without any connection to the global marketing efforts doesn't make much sense.

I would *only* make an exception when someone has problems with speaking English. Then someone else from that *same* region can be a "gateway".

So, the general idea is that all contacts follow the global marketing list and contribute, and only when they cannot because of a language barrier, we someone else is the "gateway".

I really would like to avoid a situation where we build "closed circles" and nobody knows what the other team does.


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