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Hi :)
There have been a number of interesting articles about LibreOffice recently.  I keep meaning to 
pass a list of the links on to the Users List and perhaps relevant ones in a list to other mailing 
lists too.  

Sophie's blog is interesting because she was one of the original founders.  
Marc also updates the events calendar.  
1.    If you find there is an event locally then please do drop in and meet people from TDF and 
other LibreOffice users.  Make yourself known.  Perhaps grab some swag, perhaps help out for half 
an hour or so.  
2.    If your work sends you to an event that might have a TDF and LO presence then you can check 
the calendar and you'd be welcomed at the TDF, LO stall.  
3.    If you hear of an event that you think should be on the calendar 
then state your case to the marketing list and let them know how much 
help you could give.  There is talk of having a "go bag" of marketing 
materials (perhaps including a roller-banner) that could be mailed to a 
local-users group for such events.  
4.    If you fancy making a special effort to travel to one of the events then it would be smart to 
join the marketing list for a bit and perhaps see if others are going from your area or what 
arrangements other people have made (especially if you need to stay overnight.  For one event an 
excellent cafe allowed people to use their premises overnight so doubtless nearly everyone woke up 
to wonderful smells and fantastic coffee.  At other events it might have been possible to get a 
group discount at a hotel, perhaps making all the rooms on one floor into conference quarters).  

Regards from
Tom :)  

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Marc Paré <hidden>
Sent: Saturday, 10 November 2012, 10:24
Subject: [libreoffice-marketing] Sophie's blog article on LibreOffice Marketing contributors

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!




-- Marc Paré

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