couchdb-marketing mailing list archives

Site index · List index
Message view « Date » · « Thread »
Top « Date » · « Thread »
From Johs Ensby <>
Subject Re: AdvocateHub report
Date Thu, 02 Apr 2015 08:13:32 GMT
for me this comes as one too many SoMe concepts to maintain, but I wanted to participate for
the learning experience.
What I see is that it can work as a to-do list for the community.
If the challenges are small and specific; they work well for me.

Contributing to Stackowerflow and Quora seems to me as very good challenges as it is building
permanent resources where new community members are most likely to go for help.

My idea with the LinkedIn was originally to have a more business-oriented channel to support
CouchDB, and suggestions for challenges related to
(we need some new discussions after the spring cleaning):

CouchDB hosting; what are your favourite providers? Share experiences on our LinkedIn group
Introducing CouchDB In your organization;  what are the challenges? Start a discussion and
get advice on our LinkedIn Group
Decision making for going for CouchDB; what are the obstacles? Start a discussion and get
advice on our LinkedIn Group
Or just: Start a discussion on a business-related topic on our LinkedIn Group 

> On 01 Apr 2015, at 17:13, Noah Slater <> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> This is the first one of these I'm doing, so we'll figure out the format as
> we go. I just thought I'd start sharing monthly updates with the list.
> Last month, we saw a major uptick in signups and engagement, as Lena has
> started sharing a link to the hub in the weekly news emails.
> Accordingly, I've started spending more time in the hub. We still have a
> very modest amount of challenges, and there is a lot of stuff to be done.
> But hopefully, we can keep adding to the experience.
> Are any of you using it? I'd love to have your criticisms or praise of the
> experience so far. Specifically:
> - What would cause you to use it more frequently?
> - What sorts of challenges should we be setting?
> Thanks,
> Noah
> N

  • Unnamed multipart/alternative (inline, None, 0 bytes)
View raw message