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From Jean-Baptiste Onofré ...@nanthrax.net>
Subject Re: [PROPOSAL] Karaf marketing
Date Mon, 07 Dec 2015 17:27:14 GMT
Hi guys,

just a quick update on this.

About the website, I'm fixing some broken links and reviewing all content.

On local branches, I migrated the documentation to asciidoc. I'm now 
working on the revamping of the dev guide.

I should have time tomorrow to move forward on this.

I keep you posted.


On 11/12/2015 07:54 AM, Jean-Baptiste Onofré wrote:
> Hi all,
> I already discussed with some of you about my plan on Karaf marketing.
> I think clearly that we had a great project, a great team, a great tool,
> but we're not really good in term of promotion and marketing.
> Especially, we have to be clear in the message and the projects that we
> deliver. For instance, again, I'm sure that karaf-boot is a huge step
> forward in Karaf adoption. I'm not sure that all users are aware and
> know the purpose of Cellar, Cave, Decanter, and even some Karaf areas.
> In order to improve the Karaf marketing area, I would like to propose
> the following plan:
> 1. More professional website
> I think we have to improve both the content and the look'n feel of the
> website.
> In term of content, I think it makes sense to not emphasize on OSGi. The
> fact that Karaf runs OSGi is not really interesting for most of end
> users (of course, it is for advanced/power users). We have to explain
> that Karaf is modern and multi-purpose container. More over, with
> karaf-boot, it becomes also a bootstrapper and "run anywhere" paradigm
> platform.
> So, I started a new website, changing the look'n feel (to give a more
> professional shape) and the content (changing the marketing message):
>      http://maven.nanthrax.net/goodies/karaf/site/
> I will complete the website today (some cleanup, other pages than the
> home one, etc), but it already gives you an idea.
> 2. New guides/documentation
> I'm working on the improvement in term of content of the documentation.
> Especially, the dev guide will be more straight forward, providing
> recipes for users.
> All guides will use asciidoc now. You can already see the kind of output
> on the Decanter guide:
>      http://karaf.apache.org/manual/decanter/latest-1/index.html
> All Karaf guides (and subprojects) will be rendered in a popup using
> such look'n feel.
> 3. Meetups
> I plan to organize a Karaf Meetup beginning of 2016. I have some
> sponsors in mind. The purpose is to meet most of Karaf users, devs, and
> enthusiasts.
> I will give you more details soon.
> Thoughts ?
> Regards
> JB

Jean-Baptiste Onofré
Talend - http://www.talend.com

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