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At the last North American Community meeting, I volunteered to create the Mexican membership wiki page.

Would it be OK for me to create a North American Community link on the Marketing page[1]? In this link, there would be a link to the US marketing pages[2] (already done), the Canadian marketing pages[2] (already done[3]) and the Mexican marketing pages (not done yet -- see "rationale" note below).

At the last NA Community confcall we agreed that questions relating to the NA Community would make use of the marketing-US mailist as means of communication. I don't think we need another mailist as the traffic would be quite low.

[NOTE: The rationale for doing all 3 markets at the same time is that the US market will include both EN/ES languages/ the Canadian market was allowed to piggy back to the TDF mandate of concentrating on the US market, so the Canadian market includes the EN/FR languages. As we are completing a NA Community DVD in EN/ES/FR languages to cover the North American markets, we thought it would be a good idea to collect Mexican members interested in marketing the LibreOffice brand/product in their country. I have volunteered to create the Mexican wiki membership page.]

Would there be any problems with doing this? If I don't hear any objections to this, I will then go ahead with all of this. (Mexican membership help is welcomed!)



[3] I would also like to pull the Canadian data from the US pages and create a distinctive Canadian wiki page

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