I've been invited as a representative of the GNOME-A11y team to participate in the upcoming GNOME Marketing Hackfest on November 10-11 right here in Chicago! I'm still in shock that something actually happens in Chicago (aka Windowsland)
Seriously! Oh man, I wish I had known in more in advance, I would have taken time off for that. We need more Open Source events in the mid-west / rust-belt.
Essentially, its a hackfest to examine current material used to market GNOME to the masses and update/create new material.
There is material to market GNOME? :) That is partially tongue in cheek, only partially. KDE seems to have more zealots - although GNOME is clearly the superior platform.
While I am there as a representative of GNOME-A11y, I still thought it would be useful to get all of your thoughts from an openSUSE GNOME perspective on what you think needs to be considered for marketing. Your thoughts (No, Magnus... Not *those* thoughts!) and comments are truly welcomed.
I'm not much of a marketer, but the new-ish www.gnome.org is a big step in the right direction.