On 10/21/2015 05:11 AM, Gabriele Trombini wrote:
I'm thinking also about a unviable idea:
T-shirt attesting several levels of the process e.g.:
- Fedora User (joining FAS)
- Fedorian (end of join process)
- Contributor (joining group)
I take it you meant badges instead of t-shirts? In either case, I think
the "Fedora User" idea partially exists already in signing the FPCA.
However, I *really* like the idea of a badge like Fedorian/Fedoran - do
you think that decause's ticket here
) is similar to this goal?
As for the Contributor idea, I'm a big fan of that idea too - I actually
have a ticket for a similar badge that I submitted a couple weeks ago
As Mktg member I'm available for a join-day but too near to the
day is impossible. Marketing works basically on the tasks and people
really involved are not so many. Its work is distributed along the
whole release cycle but often we are ok for readiness only the day
before the meeting....
After the F23 release we can plan the join-day when you want.
In the mktg case (and I'm sure also Ankur will agreed), I think that
someone of the people already member of the group needs to follow the
About magazine, I can ask to Ryan, Chris and Paul which day is better
I had a hunch about being close to the release cycle seeing as how close
it is, so that's no problem.
Like mentioned in your reply to Ankur, I think the non-technical groups
would be the best places to begin, and we can try to craft the best way
of going about it with these groups and apply what works and what
doesn't to the groups that aren't as represented in this SIG as of now.
For the Magazine, we have our weekly meeting on Thursdays, 17:00 to
18:00 in US EST time zone. Not sure if you're awake then, but I
regularly attend that meeting and I can bring it up tomorrow if that's
something we want to go ahead and start discussing.
> As for post-join day activities, I think encouraging blogging to
> Planet is a good idea to help the participants become more involved -
> know it would probably be a super cool thing for someone who does
> and writes about it to have a bunch of the people that helped them
> started like / share / comment on their blog entry.
Of course, but how we can check it happens?
True - only thing I would imagine is if they proactively shared their
blog post with us afterwards. But in retrospect, I don't think it's
something to focus on anyways.
I think this is an exciting idea, I know I definitely want to help out
with the Marketing join-day - seems like it would be fun anyways. :)
Justin W. Flory