The Fedora Marketing Project develops marketing strategy to promote the usage and support of Fedora worldwide. Through the development of processes and content, this project aims to support the efforts of other Fedora projects to spread Fedora and to provide a central repository of ideas and information that can be used to deliver Fedora to new audiences.
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Contributing roles in the Fedora Marketing Project
Joining the Fedora Marketing Project
- To learn how to join Fedora Marketing Project, please see the Join page.
The Fedora Ambassadors provide a local voice and contact point for their local areas, and they organize Fedora's participation in events, both big and small. Here are some of the things you'll have the opportunity to do as an Ambassador:
- Represent Fedora at a local event.
It does not have to be a Linux event. Think big, go to a music or media trade show and tell them how Fedora can help solve the problems they are facing.
- Speak at a conference near you.
- Support others as they participate in events, by providing them with the materials and information they need to get things done.
This is the grass-roots team that spreads Fedora on the ground and allows the Fedora Project to interact directly with its existing and prospective users.
Press and Public Relations
- Help us communicate with the press at a global level
- Help spread news on all major development updates, releases, new projects and events related to Fedora. Consider picking one or two stories and alerting the press about it.
- Collect user testimonials and publish them on this wiki
- Distribute Fedora to the public and demonstrate its advantages
- Solicit Linux User Groups members to use and contribute to Fedora
- Dispel common myths and educate the public about Fedora
File:Fedora Mktg Reference Guide.odt - This marketing interview guide might help you with questions for interviewing people who have Fedora success stories.
These resources will help you take Fedora to the people.
- Fedora Presentations
- Fedora Press Archive
- Surveys of Fedora users
- Fedora Community Rewards Program
- Fedora Banners
- Fedora Flyer
- Fedora Statistics Poster
- Fedora Posters
- Social Networks
- Fedora press kits
The Schedule contains the official agenda of the Fedora Marketing project.
The Tasks contains a list of open Fedora Marketing issues.
The BrainDump is our sandbox for new ideas, thoughts, and future Marketing goals.
Meetings may be held on IRC to discuss the progress of the Fedora Marketing project.
The Fedora Marketing mailing list, firstname.lastname@example.org , hosts discussions related to Marketing. Anyone interested in marketing Fedora should join this list.
The Marketing Contributors lists active Fedora Marketing contributors.