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- Mar 23 2017, 4:56 PM (81 w, 6 d)
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@xyquadrat, some tweaks to make the text a bit more consistent:
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Ideas for niches to take over:
- Kdenlive should become the go-to free video editor for hobbyists and semi-professionals
- KMail should establish itself as a valid free alternative to Outlook (and simliar) for small businesses and schools
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That ticks a bunch of boxes
I se there are also some apartments for rent for short stays. This worked for Brussels. We can look into all of these options.
@jensreuterberg has proposed an excellent theme: "You are here!", visually represented with stylised maps, charting the future of mobile and embedded (for ELC, the theme can be re-used for ever events with tweaks) with the starting point being KDE's current offering.
Thu, Sep 20
Maybe one of the most recent Akademy photos?
Wed, Sep 19
Promo has little say in the organisational aspects of Akademy (recording videos is a task undertaken by Akademy's organisers). I know from experience that video recording and production is hard and the organisers do the best with the means they have handy.
Sep 18 2018
This task is not about a general post mortem of Akademy, but more about Promo's activities at Akademy. Can we please restrict the conversation to that?
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Sep 12 2018
An edited draft version of the Press Release:
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- FINAL DRAFT
Things I would like to see on the booth's table
Just in case it is not clear why this is desirable, I think there is a point to be made by supporting free social media platforms, albeit it is not a terribly practical one.
Sep 6 2018
Sep 5 2018
The Akademy team would not do the uploading, since managing social media accounts and their contents are Promo's responsibility.
Sep 4 2018
https://peertube.mastodon.host sounds like the best option to me (high data cap that we can surely ask to be upgraded if needed, 1080p video and the admin(s) seems to have quite a lot of experience).
What I am trying to say is that here is where the real work gets done and a lot of people don't come here because... I don't know... It is intimidating? If it is only @skadinna and myself, things tend to get stuck as there are not enough hours in a day to get through all the stuff on the workboard. So one of the most important ways of contributing to Promo right now is coming to the workboard and helping get tasks unstuck. I don't know how you want to express that, but this would be a true way of measuring commitment to the group.
Sep 3 2018
- 22 community members from more veteran to newer members congratulate KDE and say what the love about the project
- Quick montage of celebrations, congratulations, interspersed with screen casts of highlights from KDE's history: KDE 3 starting, Krita speed drawing, receiving email in Kmail, etc.
- 22 things that are also 22 this year: using stock footage and stills, make a montage video of other things that are 22 this year
Yes... Several things came in the way, mainly Educode and the report. It looks like we have a bit of a breather now and we have another meeting this pm. Let's push forward and get it done.
Sep 1 2018
If we are all in agreement, maybe we should start implementing this so we can move on and have examples to show over projects.
Aug 31 2018
Thanks. That is very helpful- On it.
We need to know who the ultimate audience is going to be, otherwise there is no way of knowing what is relevant and what style to write it in. Or do you want three or four different reports, one, say, for the board, another for sponsors, yet another for the community, and another for the general public?
Aug 29 2018
- Consolidated relationship with other KDE projects (Kdenlive, Krita, KDE PIM, WikiToLearn) that regularly use Promo as
Aug 24 2018
It may be slightly off topic, but we could work on expanding this in another task. Something like "Establishing rules for social media posting".
Aug 23 2018
Also, if we can keep track of who submits and gets approved, we can then post about it to social media and ramp up interest.
your example is a bit of stretch and requires much more work and technical know-how than just pressing "Tweet". Because that is my main concern: it is so easy to put an organisation's reputation in jeopardy with one click.
Aug 22 2018
I am not sure this is the same as having access to a megaphone that lets you talk instantaneously to 100,000s of followers, including sponsors past, present and future, and several media outlets and government institutions.