Fedora Classroom Marketing Class: Monitoring release PR
Kara's input was spot-on! thanks
Mel, I had mentioned how at Sugar Labs I use a very low-tech no-tool
index: I mail a link to the marketing list with keywords, and search
the archives to review a link. This method functions, but it is
inefficient, especially for orienting newcomers.
I saw the openSUSE wiki page today while monitoring their launch (we
did appreciate the Sugar mention in their PR) and came across this
Nicely presented. Though, I'd probably feel uncomfortable seeing links
to very negative articles...
food for thought.
(from SugarCamp Bolzano)
On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 8:37 AM, Paul W. Frields <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Nov 10, 2009 at 05:04:35AM +0800, Mel Chua wrote:
>> So... our usual Marketing Meeting this week
>> is a little special.
>> It's not at 20:00 UTC - it's at 20:30 UTC.
>> It's not in #fedora-mktg - it's in #fedora-classroom.
>> And holding the microphone will be the amazing Kara Schiltz, of Red
>> Hat PR (and Fedora Marketing!) fame - who will be teaching a Fedora
>> Classroom (https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Classroom) class on how
>> she sets up to monitor PR from a release. How are we going to find
>> out what the papers are saying about Fedora 12? (And how do we react
>> to that information when it comes in?)
>> Come learn, ask questions, and put together your own monitoring-fu
>> as we all hang out in #fedora-classroom - logs will be posted
>> afterwards with followup discussion on the Marketing list
>> Many thanks to Kara for offering her knowledge and her time, and to
>> Kevin Fenzi for his constant support in getting Classroom stuff to
>> happen. See you there!
> I'm thrilled that you're setting this session up for Fedora Marketing!
> What a great way to interact with the community and grow our team for
> PR activities in Fedora. *Looks like I'll miss the actual session but
> I look forward to reading the log -- feel free to send a link to the
> list (if Mel doesn't beat you to it).
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