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On 05/04/2011 11:03 AM, drew wrote:
On Wed, 2011-05-04 at 15:10 +0200, Florian Effenberger wrote:

in order to raise awareness for our marketing conference calls, what do
you think about sending out an announcement to announce@? No formal PR,
just a short note. I just digged through the archives, and we didn't
send something out like that yet, I only blogged about it.

I don't want to spam people, but on the other hand, raising awareness
for it could greatly help getting marketing contributors, and shows the
world what we're doing.

I don't think pushing out an email on announce, once a month, would be
spamming. Then again might be a way to start talking about a monthly
newsletter - marketing sounds like a section name, to me anyhow.

Also a suggestion to do the same for all four marketing mailing lists,
Int., PY, ES and US, as a standard matter of practice.

Even if only in English, I don't believe folks on the Spanish speaking
lists will mind. (?) Speaking English on the call, IMO, is likely more
of a hurdle for some, I know speaking Spanish would be for me. That's a
different issue I suppose, but still, it does IMO help when the
invitation is direct.

So - hope you don't mind but I added those two other ml addresses here.

The doodle page for the next call BTW:

Thanks for seeing to this each month,

Drew Jesnsen
If the people are signed up for the announce list, then it should not be spamming, right?

The thing will be, is that list just for TDF/LO announcements or can it include regional project ones?

come to think, I do not remember if I am on that list. should be, but do not remember.

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