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I think we should take out BOD meeting from the Calender as its not useful
for outsiders.
Lets focus on what community events but not our internal meetings.

On Sat, Nov 10, 2012 at 3:54 PM, Marc Paré <> wrote:

So, you are on the marketing list, either contributing with discussions on
marketing; either on the sidelines, just curious to see what we do; on the
sidelines not knowing what to do or how to do it ...

Have a read of Sophie's blog article on marketing. This may clear up some
aspects of our marketing team's job.[1]

If you see somewhere you can help out, even if it is just for one little
request for help or even helping out with larger time-consuming requests
... any help is appreciated. Even better if you think you can help
representing LibreOffice at conferences; check out our international events
calendar and you may find an upcoming conference happening near you.[2]

Have a read of the blog article. It is really worth it!




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