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[libreoffice-marketing] Australia-New Zealand marketing group?


If someone thinks Canada is a small market, try Australia -- or New
Zealand! Even together, we're not a large mob. On the other hand, we
really don't fit in with the other English-speaking markets in many
ways, and we do have relevant local events and organisations to
consider, such as Linux.conf.au. So a local marketing group could be
useful -- assuming there are enough of us to form a group.

I am not offering to be a marketing contact; I'm much too busy with
documentation, and I don't like talking being a media contact anyway.
I do enjoy being a booth being at events and helping out behind the
scenes, and of course as an opinionated senior citizen I can be relied
on to offer my opinion (or in some cases, "stir" as we call it).

Other than Graham Lauder from NZ, I have no idea how many Aus-NZ people
are active here at TDF. I did notice Alex Fisher's strongly negative
comments on the OOo Marketing list.

Graham and others, what do you think?

Cheers, Jean


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