On Sat, Feb 8, 2020 at 8:15 AM Gerald Pfeifer firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
On Mon 2020-01-27, Sarah Julia Kriesch wrote:
4 years ago, I created my first slides for an overview about the latest openSUSE release and how to start as a Contributor. I have improved them yearly and that was represented at most open-source events in Germany. Those slides have been shared with other Advocates, too. That is in German at the moment. I will translate that, that they can be used in other countries, too.
I am actually wondering: do we have a central place where any of us has easy access to up-to-date material to promote openSUSE?
What Sarah mentioned above is one example, statistics perhaps, an "intro to openSUSE",... I assume many of the things Vinz has in mind.
PS: I tried to find this on our web site and with Google and did not succeed, so maybe it exists and my search skills failed me here?
When I was working on the openSUSE talk last year for SUSECON (where I was being substitute Richard), I didn't really have a lot to go on. Some of Richard's slides helped, but in the end I mostly made my own deck for promoting openSUSE. I'm not sure if Richard might have some materials from his time as Chairman...