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- Mar 23 2017, 12:26 PM (56 w, 3 d)
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I was going to edit this text, but I've seen the bit about bullet points vs. paragraphs, so I don't want to undo other contributors' effort by converting everything back to paragraphs.
Wed, Mar 28
Mar 23 2018
Most of the issues have been addressed, although there still seem to be some loose ends. We can go over them while the task is in "Review", yes.
Mar 21 2018
Adding @michaeltunnell to the task so he can add himself to the video group. :)
Mar 16 2018
Hey Scott, if you're contributing to KDE Promo, then you are part of the Promo team :) - so, welcome!
Mar 13 2018
Mar 12 2018
Mar 11 2018
Mar 9 2018
Mar 7 2018
Added the "Get Involved" link. I also included "Events" under it, but feel free to let me know if this should be (re)moved.
Mar 5 2018
Feb 21 2018
During the Promo sprint last weekend we created a list of social media guidelines that cover most of the points raised in this discussion.
Feb 17 2018
Feb 8 2018
Might be useful to keep an eye on these resources:
There's the kde-press-announce mailing list, @sebas can tell you more about that, or you can read about it here: https://community.kde.org/Promo/Guidance/PressResources
I'm not sure it's OK to publicly share the contents of that list, though.
Feb 3 2018
Hi, do we have a final decision on this?
Hm, I don't think it is within the scope of this task to migrate or otherwise modify the websites of various KDE projects. We should focus on how the main website should be structured, or we're just going to get completely sidetracked trying to fix those other websites.
Feb 1 2018
Thank you so much for your effort, John! This will help us A LOT.
Either way, the point of these layout suggestions is to avoid the confusing nested menus we see on the current e.V. site while focusing attention on what makes KDE different from any other team of software developers floating around the internet.
Jan 31 2018
...and another problem - it seems we can't see or apply the tag Events: Promo. When creating a new event, the only options are Meetings and Release Event.
I added you both to the "Events Managers" group (https://phabricator.kde.org/project/profile/250/), so you should be able to create events in the calendar.
The list of suggested topics on the wiki page has been updated:
Suggested tasks for the sprint are now grouped on the wiki page:
Jan 20 2018
Apart from the developer guide that @bshah linked above, there's also this:
Jan 17 2018
The first draft of the wiki page for the sprint is now up:
Jan 15 2018
I'll be there, most likely arriving Thursday evening and leaving on Sunday.
Dec 31 2017
We have a lot of great and useful suggestions here. Since Paul has already started organizing them into categories, I won't interfere with his work in that area.
Dec 18 2017
Since there hasn't been any activity on this ticket for a week, I think it's safe to assume that everyone who wanted to vote has already done so.