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Le 2011-04-16 10:23, drew a écrit :
On Sat, 2011-04-16 at 09:21 -0400, Marc Paré wrote:
We should also consider talking about ways to increase membership for
the LibreOffice US/Can marketing teams. We need more members.

Hi Marc,

Well, I can't disagree with that per se, but I would like to change the

What is needed in my opinion is to get more folks in North America
active not in marketing, but in development. That can be core
development, it could be development of documentation or extensions.

In other words we need to market more then just use of the application,
we need to market the community and help being people in that will help
across the board with what needs doing.

Just my thought on that.



Sounds OK by me. Although, I think that, seeing that we are pretty well starting with very few NA contributors, the easiest point of access is to gather more people around marketing first to establish the LibreOffice brand in US/Can and then push for dev contributors. We need to establish a more robust acceptance of LibreOffice. Even more so than overseas, I think that MSO will try to mount a greater defence of its brand if it sees that there is an organised and methodical LibreOffice marketing push in its own backyard. Devs would be invited as a normal course of our organizing method.



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