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Hi everyone:

I had spare time to play tonight and threw together a couple of pages on
the Wiki.

Here they are starting on the index page:
http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/US-Marketing

Feel free to play around with them or to leave notes on the
"Discussions" tab section.

Don't forget to create your Membership ID Wiki page. You can find my
page on the Wiki pages that I created.

Cheers

Marc

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Re: Wiki test

Le 2010-10-23 01:00, Marc Paré a écrit :

> Hi everyone:
>
> I had spare time to play tonight and threw together a couple of pages
> on the Wiki.
>
> Here they are starting on the index page:
> http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/US-Marketing
>
> Feel free to play around with them or to leave notes on the
> "Discussions" tab section.
>
> Don't forget to create your Membership ID Wiki page. You can find my
> page on the Wiki pages that I created.
>
> Cheers
>
> Marc
>

BTW ... I have gone through all the message and tried to put them on the
Wiki pages that I threw together. Let me know if I missed any and we can
work them in. We can also change the look/feel or structure etc of the
Wiki site. It is just a first step in organizing. The most important is
getting your Membership ID page set up so that people know exactly who
is involved in the US-Marketing Team project.

Cheers

Marc

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Re: Wiki test

On Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 7:27 AM, Marc Paré <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Le 2010-10-23 01:00, Marc Paré a écrit :
>
> Hi everyone:
>>
>> I had spare time to play tonight and threw together a couple of pages on
>> the Wiki.
>>
>> Here they are starting on the index page:
>> http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/US-Marketing
>>
>> Feel free to play around with them or to leave notes on the "Discussions"
>> tab section.
>>
>> Don't forget to create your Membership ID Wiki page. You can find my page
>> on the Wiki pages that I created.
>>
>


I have been working on looking at some of this stuff, I got my page started
and have some more to go.  Seems like every time you think you will have
time there is some crisis that you have to deal with.

This is a really good start, I would like to see the US Marketing Wiki
linked to from the main Marketing page.

One other thing that I really would like to see started is a listing of
contacts in papers, on the news and such that we can start a list of so we
know who to send releases to.



>
>> Cheers
>>
>> Marc
>>
>>
> BTW ... I have gone through all the message and tried to put them on the
> Wiki pages that I threw together. Let me know if I missed any and we can
> work them in. We can also change the look/feel or structure etc of the Wiki
> site. It is just a first step in organizing. The most important is getting
> your Membership ID page set up so that people know exactly who is involved
> in the US-Marketing Team project.
>
>
> Cheers
>
> Marc
>
> --
> Marc Paré
> http://www.parEntreprise.com <http://www.parentreprise.com/>
>
>
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Re: Wiki test

Le 2010-10-25 13:28, James Walker a écrit :

> On Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 7:27 AM, Marc Paré<[hidden email]>  wrote:
>
>> Le 2010-10-23 01:00, Marc Paré a écrit :
>>
>> Hi everyone:
>>> I had spare time to play tonight and threw together a couple of pages on
>>> the Wiki.
>>>
>>> Here they are starting on the index page:
>>> http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/US-Marketing
>>>
>>> Feel free to play around with them or to leave notes on the "Discussions"
>>> tab section.
>>>
>>> Don't forget to create your Membership ID Wiki page. You can find my page
>>> on the Wiki pages that I created.
>>>
>
> I have been working on looking at some of this stuff, I got my page started
> and have some more to go.  Seems like every time you think you will have
> time there is some crisis that you have to deal with.
>
> This is a really good start, I would like to see the US Marketing Wiki
> linked to from the main Marketing page.
>
> One other thing that I really would like to see started is a listing of
> contacts in papers, on the news and such that we can start a list of so we
> know who to send releases to.
>
>
>
>>> Cheers
>>>
>>> Marc
>>>
>>>
>> BTW ... I have gone through all the message and tried to put them on the
>> Wiki pages that I threw together. Let me know if I missed any and we can
>> work them in. We can also change the look/feel or structure etc of the Wiki
>> site. It is just a first step in organizing. The most important is getting
>> your Membership ID page set up so that people know exactly who is involved
>> in the US-Marketing Team project.
>>
>>
>> Cheers
>>
>> Marc
>>
>> --
>> Marc Paré
>> http://www.parEntreprise.com<http://www.parentreprise.com/>
>>
>>
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>> deleted
>>
Hi James:

I have started this for the Canadian side. Take a look. There must also
be some organisation that lists all of the US newspapers somewhere.

The participants of the US Marketing Team are a little quiet re: the US
Marketing Wiki site. I just threw it together and you don't really have
to follow that format. I am interested in developing the Canadian one. I
am just collecting data for one more week, with most likely contacts for
all of the organisations. I plan to develop Canadian contact groups for
emailing out from my Thunderbird. I will also go on a short recruiting
campaign to fill the province/city slots and try to coordinate events
with these. I have some contacts in the educational field. I should be
able to fill in the slots with feet on the ground in good 2-3 weeks.

If everyone is OK with it, I (or someone else who knows how to do it)
could link it up with the US Wiki site with the main Marketing Wiki site.

Marc


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I am trying to get what I can done, it seems like anytime I start a new
project like this, something starts happening at work, and I lose all the
free time that I thought I was going to have.

I do not see anything wrong with doing what you are doing, I just wish we
had a little more feedback from a couple of the higher-ups.  not sure if
they are okay with us just starting to organize ourselfs.  As far as I know
there are about 5 people from the US that have shown some interest.  It
would be nice to set up a US and Canada main contact so we can get going.

James Walker



On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 7:34 PM, Marc Paré <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Le 2010-10-25 13:28, James Walker a écrit :
>
>>  On Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 7:27 AM, Marc Paré<[hidden email]>  wrote:
>>
>> Le 2010-10-23 01:00, Marc Paré a écrit :
>>>
>>> Hi everyone:
>>>
>>>> I had spare time to play tonight and threw together a couple of pages on
>>>> the Wiki.
>>>>
>>>> Here they are starting on the index page:
>>>> http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Marketing/US-Marketing
>>>>
>>>> Feel free to play around with them or to leave notes on the
>>>> "Discussions"
>>>> tab section.
>>>>
>>>> Don't forget to create your Membership ID Wiki page. You can find my
>>>> page
>>>> on the Wiki pages that I created.
>>>>
>>>>
>> I have been working on looking at some of this stuff, I got my page
>> started
>> and have some more to go.  Seems like every time you think you will have
>> time there is some crisis that you have to deal with.
>>
>> This is a really good start, I would like to see the US Marketing Wiki
>> linked to from the main Marketing page.
>>
>> One other thing that I really would like to see started is a listing of
>> contacts in papers, on the news and such that we can start a list of so we
>> know who to send releases to.
>>
>>
>>
>>   Cheers
>>>>
>>>> Marc
>>>>
>>>>
>>>> BTW ... I have gone through all the message and tried to put them on the
>>> Wiki pages that I threw together. Let me know if I missed any and we can
>>> work them in. We can also change the look/feel or structure etc of the
>>> Wiki
>>> site. It is just a first step in organizing. The most important is
>>> getting
>>> your Membership ID page set up so that people know exactly who is
>>> involved
>>> in the US-Marketing Team project.
>>>
>>>
>>> Cheers
>>>
>>> Marc
>>>
>>> --
>>> Marc Paré
>>> http://www.parEntreprise.com <http://www.parentreprise.com/><
>>> http://www.parentreprise.com/>
>>>
>>>
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>>> be
>>> deleted
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>>> Hi James:
>
> I have started this for the Canadian side. Take a look. There must also be
> some organisation that lists all of the US newspapers somewhere.
>
> The participants of the US Marketing Team are a little quiet re: the US
> Marketing Wiki site. I just threw it together and you don't really have to
> follow that format. I am interested in developing the Canadian one. I am
> just collecting data for one more week, with most likely contacts for all of
> the organisations. I plan to develop Canadian contact groups for emailing
> out from my Thunderbird. I will also go on a short recruiting campaign to
> fill the province/city slots and try to coordinate events with these. I have
> some contacts in the educational field. I should be able to fill in the
> slots with feet on the ground in good 2-3 weeks.
>
> If everyone is OK with it, I (or someone else who knows how to do it) could
> link it up with the US Wiki site with the main Marketing Wiki site.
>
> Marc
>
>
>
> Marc
>
> --
> Marc Paré
> http://www.parEntreprise.com <http://www.parentreprise.com/>
>
>
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Re: Wiki test

Le 2010-10-26 08:16, James Walker a écrit :

> I am trying to get what I can done, it seems like anytime I start a new
> project like this, something starts happening at work, and I lose all the
> free time that I thought I was going to have.
>
> I do not see anything wrong with doing what you are doing, I just wish we
> had a little more feedback from a couple of the higher-ups.  not sure if
> they are okay with us just starting to organize ourselfs.  As far as I know
> there are about 5 people from the US that have shown some interest.  It
> would be nice to set up a US and Canada main contact so we can get going.
>
> James Walker
>
Hi James:

This is the first time that I have really involved myself this deeply
with groups like these. I am also on the Mageia marketing group. From
what I understand, if you feel that something should be done, then go
ahead and do it. The group is trying to build itself on the principles
of a meritocracy. In meritocracy, many of the expectations are build on
the premise that if you are going to do anything, it has to be done in
the interest of all. So you can create any project, as long as it is in
the interest of the LibO group. If it merits any interest, then others
will join you in the effort. So if you think that something should be
done, if you think there is consensus from a few and if you think it
will help organize, then you go ahead an do it.

Marc

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>
>
>>
>> This is the first time that I have really involved myself this deeply with
>> groups like these. I am also on the Mageia marketing group. From what I
>> understand, if you feel that something should be done, then go ahead and do
>> it. The group is trying to build itself on the principles of a meritocracy.
>> In meritocracy, many of the expectations are build on the premise that if
>> you are going to do anything, it has to be done in the interest of all. So
>> you can create any project, as long as it is in the interest of the LibO
>> group. If it merits any interest, then others will join you in the effort.
>> So if you think that something should be done, if you think there is
>> consensus from a few and if you think it will help organize, then you go
>> ahead an do it.
>
>
>
> Marc
>
> --
>
I understand that, just thinking back to working with OOo I guess,  It just
seemed like alot of the time when you went ahead and did something sometimes
you would get the whole, this is not what we had in mind, I wish you would
have spoken to someone else before you did this speech.

I feel that right now, there are about half a dozen active members of
marketing for the US and CAN,  If there are more I hope they will speak up,
and add themselves to the Wiki.

James

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