Projects/Promo/Booth and Marketing Sprint 2009

This page is about the Booth Sprint 2009 and the Marketing Sprint 2009. We are aiming at a joint sprint location and date.

Location

Please pick suitable locations at http://doodle.com/kugq7vizs73uvhfw

Date

Please pick suitable dates at http://doodle.com/w92mtg9z6zqngx7d

Booth Sprint

Agenda

In general, everything related to booths (and promo). Feel free to suggest things you'd like to do as well.

  • flyers: there have been some cool "get involved" flyers on the promo list lately, however, what's missing is the kind of flyer that informs about KDE, about pim, about edu, etc.
  • posters and other booth artwork: how should KDE booths look like?
  • booth box: what do we have, what do we need, does the booth box fulfill its purpose, what else can be improved, ...
  • KDE showcase: an installation medium which is dedicated to showcase KDE (this already started at openSUSE conference)
  • documentation: make life easier by providing to-do lists and/or guidelines for booth setup, booth management, questions you have to answer, ...

Interested in participating

Name Acc. needed
Eckhart Wörner no for Stuttgart, yes otherwise
Frank Karlitschek no for Stuttgart, yes otherwise
Frederik Gladhorn no for Stuttgart, yes otherwise
Lydia Pintscher yes
Mark Kretschmann unlikely if it is in Berlin
Myriam Schweingruber unlikely if it's in Berlin
Valerie Hoh no for Stuttgart, yes otherwise
Jörg Hoh no for Stuttgart, yes otherwise

Marketing sprint

Agenda

Over the course of 3-5 days, a get-together of marketing people could come up with content and graphics for both the booklet and spread.kde.org (and probably design some posters and other promo material), while also discussing and preparing the KDE 4.4 release announcement and feature guide. We might even have a shot at doing some other kde.org work. And of course - drink beer!

So we propose to do that meeting. Get a bunch of people together for hard work. The goal is both planning and coordinating but also explicitly to Get Things Done (TM). Specifically to generate content for the release, booklet and spread.kde.org. The 4.4 release deserves it.


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