Jeff Mitchell | 11 May 17:03 2009
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[Fwd: openSUSE Community Week / KDE]

I met Joe (the openSUSE community manager) at LinuxFest Northwest a
couple of weeks ago and he sent this to me...passing it on in case
anyone is interested in hosting a session.

--Jeff
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From: Joe 'Zonker' Brockmeier <jzb <at> zonker.net>
Subject: openSUSE Community Week / KDE
Date: 2009-05-07 22:32:04 GMT
Hey Jeff,

We're doing the openSUSE Community Week next week, and part of that is
KDE sessions. Since you're one of the KDE marketing team, I was hoping
you might be interested in helping us spread the word.

You can find more information here:

http://en.opensuse.org/Community_Week

http://news.opensuse.org/2009/05/07/get-ready-for-opensuse-community-week/

Thanks! Please let me know if you have any questions.

Best,
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Lydia Pintscher | 12 May 15:08 2009
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[kde-promo] Linuxtag

Heya folks :)

time to get planning for Linuxtag finalized.
Please update http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-index.php?page=LinuxTag2009 if
you are coming and plan to help at the booth.
We will try to get an apartment for KDE. If you want to stay there let
me or Claudia know by Friday latest.

Cheers
Lydia

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Mark Ziegler | 12 May 20:35 2009
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Re: [kde-promo] Linuxtag

Hallo,

am Dienstag, 12. Mai 2009 schrieb Lydia Pintscher:
> Heya folks :)
>
> time to get planning for Linuxtag finalized.
> Please update http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-index.php?page=LinuxTag2009 if
> you are coming and plan to help at the booth.
> We will try to get an apartment for KDE. If you want to stay there let
> me or Claudia know by Friday latest.

Hello Lydia,

please do not use wiki.kde.org for events anymore.
See http://techbase.kde.org/Events and use this instead.
We moved a lot of content from w.k.o. to the xBases last year.
There has been also discussions to remove w.k.o., but it would better to set 
it to read only and leave it for history reasons.

We can move your page later (after Linuxtag) and redirect e.g. 
http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-index.php?page=KDE%204.2%20Release%20Party

Cheers, 
Mark

 
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Lydia Pintscher | 12 May 20:40 2009
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Re: [kde-promo] Linuxtag

On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 20:35, Mark Ziegler <mark.ziegler <at> rakekniven.de> wrote:
> Hello Lydia,
>
> please do not use wiki.kde.org for events anymore.
> See http://techbase.kde.org/Events and use this instead.
> We moved a lot of content from w.k.o. to the xBases last year.
> There has been also discussions to remove w.k.o., but it would better to set
> it to read only and leave it for history reasons.
>
> We can move your page later (after Linuxtag) and redirect e.g.
> http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-index.php?page=KDE%204.2%20Release%20Party
>
> Cheers,
> Mark

Heh I know. The page wasn't started by me. I just used what was
already there to not have it in two places.
Feel free to move it and erase the page with a note redirecting to techbase.

Cheers
Lydia

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Mark Ziegler | 12 May 21:59 2009
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Re: [kde-promo] Linuxtag

Hallo,

am Dienstag, 12. Mai 2009 schrieb Lydia Pintscher:
> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 20:35, Mark Ziegler <mark.ziegler <at> rakekniven.de> 
wrote:
> > Hello Lydia,
> >
> > please do not use wiki.kde.org for events anymore.
> > See http://techbase.kde.org/Events and use this instead.
> > We moved a lot of content from w.k.o. to the xBases last year.
> > There has been also discussions to remove w.k.o., but it would better to
> > set it to read only and leave it for history reasons.
> >
> > We can move your page later (after Linuxtag) and redirect e.g.
> > http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-index.php?page=KDE%204.2%20Release%20Party
> >
> > Cheers,
> > Mark
>
> Heh I know. The page wasn't started by me. I just used what was
> already there to not have it in two places.
> Feel free to move it and erase the page with a note redirecting to
> techbase.
I will do that after the event.
It was just a hint for you, no critics.

Cheers, 
Mark

 
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Eckhart Wörner | 13 May 17:07 2009
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Re: Linuxtag

Hi everybody,

On Tuesday, 12. May 2009 20:40:31 Lydia Pintscher wrote:
> > please do not use wiki.kde.org for events anymore.
> > See http://techbase.kde.org/Events and use this instead.
> > We moved a lot of content from w.k.o. to the xBases last year.
> > There has been also discussions to remove w.k.o., but it would better to
> > set it to read only and leave it for history reasons.

I took the freedom to move the content over. From my experience with CeBIT 
event planning there's nothing worse than wiki.kde.org being down for  a week.

http://techbase.kde.org/Events/Linuxtag/2009

Eckhart

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Chani | 14 May 05:57 2009
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Re: [kde-promo] Linuxtag

On May 12, 2009 06:08:43 Lydia Pintscher wrote:
> Heya folks :)
>
> time to get planning for Linuxtag finalized.
> Please update http://wiki.kde.org/tiki-index.php?page=LinuxTag2009 if
> you are coming and plan to help at the booth.
> We will try to get an apartment for KDE. If you want to stay there let
> me or Claudia know by Friday latest.

me and pete never did get around to planning accomodations for that. it'd be 
nice if we could stay with the rest of the KDE gang; otherwise I think we'll 
probably couchsurf. we arrive on the 21st and leave on.. sunday, so we'll 
probably be couchsurfing until the conference starts anyways :)

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A. L. Spehr | 16 May 22:15 2009
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promo webpages are located....?

> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 20:35, Mark Ziegler <mark.ziegler <at> rakekniven.de> wrot
> e:
> > please do not use wiki.kde.org for events anymore.
> > See http://techbase.kde.org/Events and use this instead.
> > We moved a lot of content from w.k.o. to the xBases last year.
> > There has been also discussions to remove w.k.o., but it would better to se
> t
> > it to read only and leave it for history reasons.

Ah, this is actually a good reminder to ask just what all webpages there are
that are devoted to organizing our promo work. 

For doing the U.S. stuff, we've had a loose-knit collection of pages on people's
techbase userspace pages. This being non-ideal, ;) I started putting what I had
under http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Promo since it seemed like a project, 
and most of what I had was "scratchpad" work and nothing to translate. 

There has to be other stuff out there though, although where? I can write up
more, but I don't want to duplicate work, and I'm not sure how much things 
vary from country to country for general information. 

/Events seems very formal, and not necessarily the place to list things you may
or may not go to. Or to do organizing in.

Thoughts?

Alex

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Jos Poortvliet | 17 May 12:24 2009
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Re: [kde-promo] promo webpages are located....?

On Sat, May 16, 2009 at 10:15 PM, A. L. Spehr <zahl <at> transbay.net> wrote:
>> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 20:35, Mark Ziegler <mark.ziegler <at> rakekniven.de> wrot
>> e:
>> > please do not use wiki.kde.org for events anymore.
>> > See http://techbase.kde.org/Events and use this instead.
>> > We moved a lot of content from w.k.o. to the xBases last year.
>> > There has been also discussions to remove w.k.o., but it would better to se
>> t
>> > it to read only and leave it for history reasons.
>
> Ah, this is actually a good reminder to ask just what all webpages there are
> that are devoted to organizing our promo work.
>
> For doing the U.S. stuff, we've had a loose-knit collection of pages on people's
> techbase userspace pages. This being non-ideal, ;) I started putting what I had
> under http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Promo since it seemed like a project,
> and most of what I had was "scratchpad" work and nothing to translate.
>
> There has to be other stuff out there though, although where? I can write up
> more, but I don't want to duplicate work, and I'm not sure how much things
> vary from country to country for general information.
>
> /Events seems very formal, and not necessarily the place to list things you may
> or may not go to. Or to do organizing in.
>
> Thoughts?

+1, I prefer techbase. It's a decent wiki, open... Good work.

> Alex
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Sebastian Kügler | 18 May 11:13 2009
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Re: [kde-promo] promo webpages are located....?

On Sunday 17 May 2009 12:24:29 Jos Poortvliet wrote:
> On Sat, May 16, 2009 at 10:15 PM, A. L. Spehr <zahl <at> transbay.net> wrote:
> >> On Tue, May 12, 2009 at 20:35, Mark Ziegler <mark.ziegler <at> rakekniven.de>
> > Ah, this is actually a good reminder to ask just what all webpages there
> > are that are devoted to organizing our promo work.
> >
> > For doing the U.S. stuff, we've had a loose-knit collection of pages on
> > people's techbase userspace pages. This being non-ideal, ;) I started
> > putting what I had under http://techbase.kde.org/Projects/Promo since it
> > seemed like a project, and most of what I had was "scratchpad" work and
> > nothing to translate.
> >
> > There has to be other stuff out there though, although where? I can write
> > up more, but I don't want to duplicate work, and I'm not sure how much
> > things vary from country to country for general information.
> >
> > /Events seems very formal, and not necessarily the place to list things
> > you may or may not go to. Or to do organizing in.
> >
> > Thoughts?
>
> +1, I prefer techbase. It's a decent wiki, open... Good work.

The real question here is though:

- Do you still prefer techbase if you were the one to move the content from 
spread KDE over? :)

We do have infastructure and content on spreadkde.org, though as a platform 
for collaboration, it never really worked out. THere is good content there, 
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