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Well, what about a common Wunderlist account ?

Couldn't be more task -oriented in my sense.

Mails should remain for Marketing matters and decision making.

Florian Monfort
Marketing Apprentice at Red Hat
Marketing Team at The Document Foundation
Student at France Business School
+33 6 58 97 15 61
On Oct 13, 2012 2:36 PM, "webmaster-Kracked_P_P" <>

TDF/LO needs a "real marketing team with tasks and production".

We local/regional people may not be good at marketing.  I am not. So, we
really need a marketing plan and marketing items to use.

"Professionally" created brochures, fliers, and other locally printable
items would help a great deal.

A written plan on how to market LO to:
     home users
     college students
     high school students
     non-profit organizations
     etc., etc.
WILL be a help.

We have a "product" but no guidelines to "sell" it to the public. TDF/LO
has been around long enought to have one in place, but it has not happened.
 As a legal entity, TDF should have a plan in place for marketing what they
are a legal entity for.

On 10/12/2012 06:01 PM, Charles-H. Schulz wrote:

Quick comment from my side: I will not be very active on forums as tou
can't work with them on phones and I use my phone a lot for email.

But I am open to experimentation. However we must form a real marketing
team with tasks and production. Then we'll think about forums or mailing




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