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In looking at the current Marketing Page on the Wiki, I am not sure how to
go about setting up a US/CAN specific link to take us to a good starting
point.  I would think that at some point there would be multiple
Region/Language Marketing groups that we should link to from the main
Marketing Wiki page.  I think we have a good idea on some things to start
with, just don't want to start creating subpages if there is a bigger plan
in place that TDF wants to implement.

I know other people are monitoring this list, is there any objection to
linking from the main marketing Wiki page to a US/CAN page?


On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 12:05 PM, Marc Paré <> wrote:

Le 2010-10-22 11:18, James Walker a écrit :

 Right, I don't see an either or situation here - thin of your pages as
just that - as I said in the other email I do see a page, similar in
nature, to the one your pointed out, I like that
- so not, either or

I see your personal page there as putting the corner stones first - I
think that is how I could best put it.


Okay, so what we can do is create like a US/CAN Marketing page on the
with links to other pages that have things like a to do list.

We can also create a link to a members list, and each of the members on
page would have a link to a user page with there information on it.

That is what I see you haveing in mind.

I would also like to see a couple of contacts on that main page for people
to get into touch with the people that will be overseeing the US/CAN
marketing teams.

Do we even have anyone set up in that capacity yet.  I would envision at
least a couple from each country to start with for now.


ps,  I am looking at would it takes to create these pages, I have only
a couple things with wikis but I have some free time right now, so off to
learning I go.

Hi James and Drew:

Maybe we should just itemize these on the mailist.

Later we could have a Wiki page with itemized process for new Marketing
members to complete before jumping into the frey.

So the itemized list would look so far like this (with my suggestions):

1. Everyone should fill in you own Wiki page for identification (an
2. Create a US/Canada Marketing page -- please always put US in prominence
and Canada in a secondary position. This page should have a welcoming
message from both US/Canada
3. Create a "LibO US/CA Members" page. Should be divided up US and CA. Make
a list of the members with a link to the the members' personal page.
4. ON the "LibO US/CA Members" page, (as James suggested) we will need
contacts (spokesperson(s) for each group) -- this could be premature, if we
are going to vote or by acclamation
5. Set up a "Resources" page (no need to mix US or Can). These would be
resources specifically tailored for the US or CA markets -- I suspect (as
there should be) there will be a main "Resources" page on the "Marketing"
Wiki. We will need also a link to this page.
6. Set up a "Projects" page
7. Set up an "Education" page (I am interested in developing this)
8. Set up other pages pertinent to our US/CA marketing group.

How does this sound?


Marc Paré <>

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