comms

Mario Behling mb at mariobehling.de
Fri Jan 13 01:42:41 UTC 2012


Hi,

yes, blogging is a great idea. Feel free to start it. You have the
access to the site.

All the best,

Mario


On Thu, Jan 12, 2012 at 11:33 PM, Phill Whiteside <phillw at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Hi,
>
> Not mentioned in the below discussion with Jens is that information from
> this blog would be then forwarded to other news teams on a weekly basis for
> their inclusion.
>
> Regards,
>
> Phill.
>
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: Phill Whiteside <phillw at ubuntu.com>
> Date: 12 January 2012 03:48
> Subject: comms
> To: Harry Lweber <jens.leineweber at gmail.com>
>
>
> Hiyas,
>
> I finally had a chance to have a good chat with Jens about what the comms
> team should be focusing on, and things it should not.
>
> For the immediate term, he suggested that a blog be set up on lubuntu.net
> which would have the history from UDS to alpha1 for 12.04 detailing the
> steps and decision making behind our selected apps for 12.04 along with an
> insight into how we make such decisions. There after the blog will be done
> at least weekly mentioning the actual problems that occur (a classic example
> would be the problem with lxdm), as a rolling story it would keep people
> interested to know how we progress and resolve things. alongside this would
> be the recent excellent news of LSC getting approval with the 'how it
> happened'.
>
> The advice is that, simply, we keep people interested in the development of
> lubuntu 12.04 whilst mentioning the work of the devs / testers / support
> people. This will encourage people to actually take a closer look at us to
>  join in both in the following what it takes to give 'birth' to a new
> release, but also as these people follow the story, they will get to know us
> and want to use lubuntu.
>
> I actually ran such a blog back for ubuntu 9.10, Jens is right, it was a
> popular blog.
>
> Your thoughts on the matter as it is something we can set up pretty quickly
> and point other means of advertising to as a source. I'm okay to keep it
> updated at least weekly, but I'm sure at least a couple of others would also
> add to it if that is thought to be better.
>
> Regards,
>
> Phill.
>
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