[Mageia-marketing] R: Re: Showcasing technology and people

marcello.anni at alice.it marcello.anni at alice.it
Tue Apr 19 10:18:56 CEST 2011

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Da: rdalverny at gmail.com
Data: 19-apr-2011 10.07
A: "Mageia marketing team discussion list"<mageia-marketing at mageia.org>
Ogg: Re: [Mageia-marketing] Showcasing technology and people

On Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 00:51, Romain d'Alverny <rdalverny at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Apr 19, 2011 at 00:00, Marcello Anni <marcello.anni at alice.it> wrote:
>> as i have already told you in the previous e-mail, i think we first need to
>> setup a complete marketing plan that will driver our everyday action.
> Very little things in life go "by the plan". It does not mean plans
> are useless but that we need to know when to start/change things/plans
> - that's culture.

Just to make sure. I'm not saying you shouldn't build a plan neither
discuss it with the team here and others. We need a plan. And your
draft structure looks good.

But be careful to keep it as small/focused as possible, practical with
clear objectives per milestones and with actual action dates (so we
can retro-plan, say starting with RC release - yes, that's short).
Both for the final release in June, and for the long term (brainstorm
session to design for this Summer &amp; the project per-se).

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sure, as you can see in the marketing plan we have a mid-term action plan and a short-term one. the current situation will be taken in consideration to elaborate our strategies, in both plans. naturally in the short-term action plan there will be no radical or important change, as the time is running out fast.


PS= i tried the installation of the beta 1 and it didn't install a lot of packages (among the others, kde one!), i hope live cds will be out soon!!

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