[IAEP] Organizational needs was: stepping down as maintainer

Frederick Grose fgrose at gmail.com
Sun Oct 24 11:03:18 EDT 2010

On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 5:55 AM, Bastien <bastien.guerry at wikimedia.fr>wrote:

> {...}
> I did a small experiment: I clicked on the "Getting involved" button.

> I'm not falling into those categories: developer, designer, educator,
> content writer.  I can help as a translator (I did so in the past) and
> as a "people person".

> So I clicked on the "People person" button.

> I understand the projects listed here and how I can help them: marketing
> team, documentation team, deployment team, local labs, soas.
> Here is my list (preference order) :
> - *Local labs*: I will try to have more people involved in Sugar from
>  France.  Since early october, we have at least two new members of OLPC
>  who will work more on Sugar.
> - *Sugar on a stick*: together with other members, I will try to develop
>  a french Soas.
> - *Marketing team*: [sadly enough, we don't seem to have news from Sean.
>  Hopefully nothing bad happened to him - he's usually very responsive.]
>  My role here could be a "general outreach" role: trying to translate
>  marketing documents, speak more about Sugar in events, etc.
> I'm addressing this message to you since your the contact for this role.
> :)
> There is something I miss in the list of "teams/projects" for "people
> persons": community management.  This is very different from marketing
> and outreach.  Maybe this project/role could be advertized somewhere
> on the wiki.
> I'll keep this list updated about progress I make in this role.

Please also feel welcome to revise and update wiki pages, including

They can go 'stale' without community updates.

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