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- Mar 23 2017, 12:26 PM (90 w, 5 d)
Fri, Dec 14
Thu, Dec 13
We scrambled a bit, but the announcement is now out. Thanks for your efforts, everyone!
Are we happy with this? :) If yes, can we close the ticket, please?
Wed, Dec 12
This page also needs updating. Most of the content seems to be severely outdated: https://techbase.kde.org/Development/Guidelines/CIG
Mon, Dec 3
Big thanks to @jriddell for updating the pages on the "old" website!!
Fri, Nov 30
Thu, Nov 29
A happy update: we have reactivated the Diaspora account :)
This task is a duplicate of https://phabricator.kde.org/T10131.
Based on the brief discussions in the KDE Promo group, and the fact that no one objected (or commented anything, for that matter...), I think it's safe to conclude that we're going with the "Welcome Home" theme for FOSDEM, too.
Teams to contact and inform about devroom deadlines:
Accepted devrooms: https://www.fosdem.org/2019/news/2018-10-14-accepted-developer-rooms/
Wed, Nov 28
Yes. All those pages should use the same text, or variations of the same text.
Tue, Nov 27
I can post my suggestions for the text here, and then someone with git access can put it in both locations.
Nov 14 2018
Hey all, not sure if you were aware of this, but Piwik (the tool we use instead of Google Analytics for kde.org) is now called Matomo: https://matomo.org/
Oct 31 2018
One of the main lessons learned from previous events is that we should always have an angle; a story or a theme that will be reflected in the talking points we present to visitors at the stall, and of course in all promo content we plan to publish.
Oct 30 2018
We've updated the descriptions on Twitter, Facebook, Mastodon, Google+ and YouTube.
Header images have also been updated on Facebook, Mastodon, and Google+.
Good news - our stand proposal has been accepted :)
As Jonathan pointed out in the kde-promo channel, we will not have a room this time, so the task can be closed. In August we discussed KDE's presence at FOSDEM on that same channel, and generally agreed to shift our focus towards running the booth and getting people to submit talks to other rooms. Accepted rooms have been announced - https://fosdem.org/2019/news/2018-10-14-accepted-developer-rooms/ - so we can now start inviting people from the KDE community to apply in this task: https://phabricator.kde.org/T9481
Oct 10 2018
Sep 20 2018
While going through chat logs and our social media profiles to update the bios, I've compiled this list of (inactive) accounts that we either don't own or currently don't have access to.
OK, let's wrap this up. I'll start with modifying the shorter descriptions first.
Sep 19 2018
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Sep 4 2018
@adridg You're right; perhaps "unfairness" is not exactly the word I was looking for. What I'm getting at is - shouldn't we try to define both the quantifying and the qualifying parts in the policy?
Sep 3 2018
- B. You must take on and resolve to completion at least 1 promo task a year
Aug 29 2018
- Consolidated the KDE Promo team and organized it into subgroups according to people's skills and preferences
Aug 24 2018
Sorry to derail the discussion, but I have another question: would it make sense to include something like "post approval rules" in this policy?
Aug 23 2018
The official CfP is here: https://fosdem.org/2019/news/2018-08-10-call-for-participation/
Aug 22 2018
Are we completely against limiting the total number of people who can have access to a social media account, or is this a suggestion worth discussing?