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From Alexander Shorin <>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Use Influitive to help with marketing
Date Sun, 06 Oct 2013 15:21:13 GMT
On Sun, Oct 6, 2013 at 7:08 PM, Noah Slater <> wrote:
> On 6 October 2013 16:57, Alexander Shorin <> wrote:
>> How does it works on practice (yes, I had watch the videos) and how it
>> will change/improve current state of things?
> There will be a site you can go to to view the current challenges, and you
> can work on them. Sort of like how you can go to JIRA, and find tickets to
> work on. The challenges can be created by the community. It's our way of
> saying "hey, if you love CouchDB and you want to help us out, these are
> some of the things you could do."
> The current state of things is that nothing very much happens. There is
> practically no marketing activity, and no co-ordinated attempts to promote
> CouchDB. So any sort of improvement or organisation here would be a good
> thing.
>> P.S. I feel that I had read post as "Do X for reward, not because you
>> likes/uses/develops/____ (fill the other) CouchDB". Am I wrong?
> This isn't about bribing people to do things. If you're not interested in
> CouchDB, don't take part.
> Influtive is a way for people who are already very passionate about CouchDB
> to co-ordinate with each other and work towards goals that provide a
> meaningful benefit to the project.
> The rewards system is our way of thanking them for helping out. And as I
> mention, can be as simple as them earning points in Influtive, and us
> giving them the occasional shout-out.
> --
> Noah Slater

Aha, I see. Some kind of StackOverflow, but for project's community
and not for questions, but for actions. I thought wrong that this
service has his own community that helps their customers with
"marketing challenges". Thanks for clarification!


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