Over in Fedora Marketing for the past few weeks, we've been working on
putting together a proposal for a new program, "Fedora Affiliates". This
is a way for organizations like schools, non-profits, or companies that
are actively using Fedora to get a little recognition and exposure as
users of Fedora. Not only does this help them, but it also provides a
record of people that are using Fedora already in all kinds of different
So, for example, if a school is unsure about whether a Linux / Fedora
computer lab is possible, you could visit the Affiliates page, see
examples of schools that are using Fedora, and reach out to them with
questions if needed.
Anyways, our team member who took this on, James, was hoping to get some
more feedback on his proposed drafts for how we explain and recruit
affiliates. The links for all of these things are in the forwarded
I am sending this to the Ambassadors and council-discuss list. If you
have feedback or comments, the preferred way to leave them is on the
Trac ticket (also linked below). However, if you want to reply back to
this thread, please do so on the Marketing mailing list.
Thanks for your time!
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Subject: [Marketing] Fedora Affiliates
Date: Tue, 17 May 2016 20:03:55 -0300
From: James Bishop <james(a)jamesbishop.ca>
Reply-To: Fedora Marketing team <marketing(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
To: Fedora Marketing team <marketing(a)lists.fedoraproject.org>
Over the past several weeks, the marketing team has been working on a
way to publicize "Fedora Affiliates", or projects that are using Fedora
as part of their work. The ticket for this can be found here:
At this time, several wiki pages have been created, and you can find
Any thoughts or suggestions you might have would be appreciated.
P.S. Justin: Could you pass this along to the Ambassadors group,
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