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Re: [opensuse-marketing] <idea> Lists of openSUSE local teams
- From: LinuxFan TH <thlinux@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 30 Apr 2010 14:45:52 +0200
- Message-id: <4BDAD100.3080605@xxxxxxxxxx>
Michael Loeffler wrote:
Moin, On Thursday 29 April 2010 22:18:48 Александр Мелентьев wrote:2010/4/29 Alex Rodriguez <alexio44@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:I guess that Alex is more interested in local project team mls which are more around the topic of "What are we doing in our region/country to push openSUSE". The already existing language lists are more user lists to communicate in native language about the distribution and to help each other. So they are more technical. I actually think adding local lists which may be managed/coordinated by the respective ambassador is a good idea but a mailing list on its own might not be enough. In my opinion to a local group should belong as well: - a web page
Hi everyoneI can't see how this differs from national lists presented in the last
Some time ago asking about the mailing lists of the opensuse community.
The response I got was that the only lists that there are these >>
My proposal is to establish official lists of the project for each
country, just as it does ubuntu
which has a Local Community for each one of them.
In this way you can have topics and talks of local communities, closer
support and communications of the country.
Nicaragua currently have this list suse-ni@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx but we are
experiencing a lot of errors
as users went from 100 to 350 more or less and where we hosted the
mailman (handler list)
is blocking and removing members (today I found that the poor list
only has 80 members)
You can do the admin for the ambassador of that specific list.
We push this idea? I think other countries would love the idea.
section of lists.opensuse.org. There are a lot of national lists
- regular meetings
- maybe an IRC channel
I think that the opensuse-marketing list is the best place to plan such events. In my opinion, it makes no sense to create a list for each country/region. But it would be an idea to create a list which is specialized for events (around the world)!
TH / Okuro Oikawa
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