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=General Organisation=
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==Conferences==
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===European Conference Organisation===
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[[/conferenceseu|European Conferences]]
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===North American Conference Organization===
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[[/conferencesna|North American Conferences]]
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===Other Conference Organisation===
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[[/conferencesot|Other Conferences]]
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==Generic Checklists==
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===Conference Information===
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===Booth Items===
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[[/Booth|Booth Items]]
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=Working the Booth=
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==To Say and Not to Say==
 
"Hi, are you familiar with KDE?"
 
"Hi, are you familiar with KDE?"
  
...figure out what their knowledge level is (kde/linux/etc newbie/user/dev), personal or business, if they've seen 4 yet...
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1. Figure out what the person's knowledge level is: whether they are a developer, an everyday user, a business-man, etc.  
  
(Add responses here!)
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2. Find out how they use it: power-user, casually, in addition to a different desktop environment, etc.
  
=Things to take to a booth=
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3. With what versions of KDE are they familiar?
[[/Booth|booth items]] old list
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=Written documentation=
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Structure around their responses to the aforementioned three points.
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==Talking Points==
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[[/talking_points|Talking points]]
 
==Official terms for things==
 
==Official terms for things==
==formal flyer talking points==
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[[/FormalNames| Formal Names for Things]]
[[/talking_points|Talking points]] that can be used for brochures, etc. Could be translated.
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=Written Promo=
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==Talking Points==
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[[/talking_points|Talking Points]]
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==KDE's Résumé==
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[[/Resume|KDE's Résumé]]
  
=="resume": where kde is used==
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=Other Sources and Information=
==encouraging newbies==
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==Encouraging Newbies==
[[/Happy_newbies|happy newbies]] this probably duplicates other work
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[[/Happy_newbies|Happy Newbies]]
 
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==Other places==
=Conferences=
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http://www.kde.org/getinvolved/promotion/
==North American Conference organization==
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===list===
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[[/conferences|N. A. conferences]]
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=Other places=
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http://www.kde.org/getinvolved/promotion/ has some information
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Latest revision as of 05:37, 21 May 2009

Contents

[edit] General Organisation

[edit] Conferences

[edit] European Conference Organisation

European Conferences

[edit] North American Conference Organization

North American Conferences

[edit] Other Conference Organisation

Other Conferences

[edit] Generic Checklists

[edit] Conference Information

[edit] Booth Items

Booth Items

[edit] Working the Booth

[edit] To Say and Not to Say

"Hi, are you familiar with KDE?"

1. Figure out what the person's knowledge level is: whether they are a developer, an everyday user, a business-man, etc.

2. Find out how they use it: power-user, casually, in addition to a different desktop environment, etc.

3. With what versions of KDE are they familiar?

Structure around their responses to the aforementioned three points.

[edit] Talking Points

Talking points

[edit] Official terms for things

Formal Names for Things

[edit] Written Promo

[edit] Talking Points

Talking Points

[edit] KDE's Résumé

KDE's Résumé

[edit] Other Sources and Information

[edit] Encouraging Newbies

Happy Newbies

[edit] Other places

http://www.kde.org/getinvolved/promotion/


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