[ubuntu-us] Idea: A How to Lobby Guide
danny.piccirillo at ubuntu.com
Wed Jan 30 17:36:09 GMT 2008
Yes there are many people who know how to do this and even people in the
Ubuntu community who have done it. Also, especially on activist sites, there
are many of these guides online (i provided a link to a google search) which
should be very helpful and all we have to do is start a customized version
of these guides.
On Jan 30, 2008 12:12 PM, Gavin Baker <gavin at gavinbaker.com> wrote:
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> I'd love to have such a guide, and it'd certainly be use even outside
> the 'buntu community. But what would it say? I don't know if anybody
> actually knows how to do it with any success.
> Evan Meagher wrote:
> | That's not a bad idea. There isn't really one good, succinct guide for
> | that sort of thing.
> | On Jan 29, 2008 8:33 PM, Danny Piccirillo <danny.piccirillo at ubuntu.com
> | <mailto:danny.piccirillo at ubuntu.com>> wrote:
> | How about we create a guide for people/teams to lobby their local
> | governments for open formats, free software, and Ubuntu adoption?
> - --
> Gavin Baker
> gavin at gavinbaker.com
> an invitation to lunch
> HOW DO YOU LIKE THAT?
> when I only have 16 cents and 2
> packages of yoghurt
> there's a lesson in that, isn't there
> like in Chinese poetry when a leaf falls?
> hold off on the yoghurt till the very
> last, when everything may improve
> ~ Frank O'Hara
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