Le 2011-01-02 13:22, drew a écrit :
On Sun, 2011-01-02 at 16:41 +0100, Italo Vignoli wrote:
I think that for the next 12 months (at least) our task will be to
generate a newsworthy story every two weeks.
That is an aggressive schedule, but would be outstanding if we could put
To make it possible we need more participation on the US membership list
along with US members doing a bit of "blogging". As I see it now, there
are only a dozen or so of active US members and I don't believe that we
could (even with Canadian membership) sustain a 2 week US/Canadian
native blog schedule.
I have started a membership drive for Canadian members on 2-3 LibO
lists. Maybe some of the US marcons could do the same. It's better to
start with our membership rather than starting with outside drives.
BTW ... I have gotten no new Canadian members so far on the membership
drive. There are very few Canadians on the lists and those of whom I
know are just too busy or simply not interested in getting more
involved. The Canadian membership is affected by our numbers.
The same could not be said for US membership. You should be able to get
a few to join through a US membership drive on the LibO lists. There are
quite a few of you (US members) on the lists.
Once the final version of LibO makes its public appearance, I'll go on a
membership drive from outside groups and hopefully get representation in
all provinces in Canada. If the same is done with the US membership, we
could have a greater chance at market penetration.
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