Le dimanche 14 octobre 2012 à 10:11 -0400, Marc Paré a écrit :
I would like to suggest to prepare kits for under-serviced regions where
LibreOffice has not made any inroads. The kits could contain the
following (localized (language) versions where applicable):
* banners for booth (2 banners, one for the back wall and one for a side
* one retractable banner
* table cloth
* SWAG (whatever we can get at a reasonable cost at the time of purchase)
* 2-3 printed copies of "Get Started with LibreOffice" with promotional
cards detailing where to purchase copies on-line
* LibreOffice DVD's (50 localized copies) and ability to burn any other
additional copies with the help of a booth-computer.
Have I missed any other "booth" supplies?
We could seed under-serviced areas with these kits, but, pick strategic
locations to well-attended conferences to start the seeding. We could
then ask the local LibreOffice reps manning the booth to put out a
"donation jar" to help fund more local kits that would be sent to other
local conferences where it could mushroom out from there.
If this sounds reasonable then, we would only have to cost out an
approximate value to this proposal.
How does this sound?
+1... (am not commenting about all the good stuff but will mention it in
Berlin during the marketing session).
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