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=Things to say and not say when working a booth=
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=General Organisation=
=Things to take to a booth=
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==Conferences==
=Written documentation=
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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==
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"Hi, are you familiar with KDE?"
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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.
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2. Find out how they use it: power-user, casually, in addition to a different desktop environment, etc.
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3. With what versions of KDE are they familiar?
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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]]
=="resume": where kde is used==
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=Written Promo=
==encouraging newbies==
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==Talking Points==
=Conferences=
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[[/talking_points|Talking Points]]
==North American Conference organization==  
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==KDE's Résumé==
===list===
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[[/Resume|KDE's Résumé]]
  
http://www.kde.org/getinvolved/promotion/ has some information
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=Other Sources and Information=
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==Encouraging Newbies==
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[[/Happy_newbies|Happy Newbies]]
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==Other places==
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http://www.kde.org/getinvolved/promotion/

Revision as of 04:37, 21 May 2009

General Organisation

Conferences

European Conference Organisation

European Conferences

North American Conference Organization

North American Conferences

Other Conference Organisation

Other Conferences

Generic Checklists

Conference Information

Booth Items

Booth Items

Working the Booth

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.

Talking Points

Talking points

Official terms for things

Formal Names for Things

Written Promo

Talking Points

Talking Points

KDE's Résumé

KDE's Résumé

Other Sources and Information

Encouraging Newbies

Happy Newbies

Other places

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