[ubuntu-studio-devel] Elementary OS

Len Ovens len at ovenwerks.net
Mon Sep 7 15:28:13 UTC 2015

On Mon, 7 Sep 2015, Jimmy Sjölund wrote:

> I'm sure we could. But how would that help gathering new users? And why
> can't we do that where the web site is today?

I don't know. Of course the end user has no clue where (or how) the site 
is being hosted anyway. Most people get to sites via links. However, it 
does seem that any page looking for help in US should be created first to 
appeal to the end user rather than coders. I am thinking someone who can 
code would find their way in regardless. I think showing an active 
interest in the end user would atract people who can do distro 

> To bring in more people into the community I think active PR and
> communication are key. Making the web site at least responsive I think is
> important and I was planning to do that this weekend (but ended up creating
> web site and wiki for a refugee initiative instead). I don't see any direct
> advantages with moving the web site to other servers. But I could be wrong?

It is all PR, yes. Active for sure. Needs someone who understands what FB, 
twitter, etc. has that email and irc does not. I personally do not have 
any use for these things at all. mail lists and irc fill all my needs and 
already take up more of my time than I (or my wife) like.

Len Ovens

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