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From RA Stehmann <anw...@rechtsanwalt-stehmann.de>
Subject Re: Apache OpenOffice at FOSDEM 2013
Date Tue, 13 Nov 2012 13:49:10 GMT
Am 13.11.2012 03:01, schrieb Rob Weir:
> On Mon, Nov 12, 2012 at 8:22 PM, Donald Harbison <dpharbison@gmail.com> wrote:
>> {forgive top posting}
>>
>> First off, thanks for leading the charge at FOSDEM. On this side of the
>> Atlantic we need to gear up on ACNA and figure out what we want to do, and
>> who will be available. (excuses here, for a small delay)
>>
>> Let's get the devroom right as a priority. IMHO. Points 2 and 3 would be
>> nice, but let's really nail the devroom, and everything else will take care
>> of itself, so to speak (and I do not know how that translates, sorry!)
>>
>> So let's be laser focused on the 'series of talks' we want to ask our
>> community to step up and do. We can promote this CFP via our banner on
>> openoffice.org.
>>
> 
> The openoffice.org banner would be totally wasted for that, reaching
> 750K people a day, 99.999% of them being users and not at all
> interested in this conference. I'd recommend a blog post as an
> intermediate approach.
> 
> I'll be commandeering the openoffice.org banner for the near future to
> attract new volunteers, something we've so far failed to do by giving
> each other presentations at conferences.
> 
> -Rob
> 
> 
I don't agree.

I makes IMO sense to promote our aktivities at FOSDEM on our website.
Maybe some friends of OpenOffice will see it and will go to FOSDEM
because of the program in the dev-room or to meet our people at the booth.

If only one of them becomes a submitter or supports us in another way
later effort has payed off.

FOSDEM is definitely no event to reach new users of an office suite but
one to recruit new volunteers.

Regards
Michael


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