Le 2010-10-22 10:32, Drew Jensen a écrit :
Overall I am in agreement with you thoughts.
Let me offer a one ideas here.
Getting to knew each other, who we are
A way to introduce to ourselves:
- setup your USER page at the TDF wiki ASAP
I would plain out ask that everyone wanting to work on marketing get
your page up, then it's much easier to maintain another, North American
Marketing Team, page that acts as an type of roster. Details for any
individual is then a simple link back to your page. (in mediawiki syntax
that is a macro - when editing a page you just sign it with ~~~ the wiki
engine drops in a link back your personal user page)
If you are not familiar with mediawiki then that is even more reason to
go setup your page. The wiki is one of the major tools we have at our
disposal - if your wanting to work on the marketing functions here, IMO,
you need (must) have at least a cursory familiarity with setting up a
quick page. Your personal page is a great place to feel free to break it
and fix it, the only way to feel comfortable is setting up your first
If you just don't know how to start on that feel free to drop me a
direct line or start a new topic in the list here.
more in a just a bit, but I'll just ask how folks feel about that idea
first? Anyone think this is too much?
For those of you who are not used to setting up pages in MediaWiki, for
your personal page, here is an easy way of creating one. Note that I am
new to the wiki world.
* go to: http://wiki.documentfoundation.org
* upper-right hand corner, create an account if you have not. Log in.
* go to: http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/User:YourNameHere
* choose "edit this page" from the line "There is currently no text in
this page. You can search for this page title in other pages, search the
related logs, or edit this page. "
* add the information that you would like to include
The rest is, well, pretty easy.
You can see my Wiki page here:
I'll add my photo soon. My wife says that I need a shave. Doh!
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