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| Re: Gentoo Public Relations Project
| Donnie Berkholz <email@example.com>
| Sat, 7 Mar 2009 23:42:53 -0800
| David <david@...>
| David <david@...>
| On 15:25 Sun 15 Feb , David wrote:
|> Hi Donnie,
|> I would like to become involved in the above mentioned project. If there
|> is anything I can do to help out, please let me know.
|> - -david
| I'd love to hear what ideas you have and how you could help to make them
| happen! As you are aware, we are excited about anything that can
| minimize time requirements for the people involved. I've copied the PR
| alias here so everyone else can be involved.
| One thing we're experimenting with is switching to a blog for all news
| postings. Josh Saddler's already set one up on a private URL, and this
| looks like the way forward for lowering the effort barrier on news
| updates. I think the main blocker is updating some scripts from the
| G(W|M)N for generating various graphs etc.
I am willing to help out any way I can. Could be a task someone does not
have the time for, needs someone to do some grunt work, or just does not
want to do it for whatever reason.
As for ideas I just did an interview with Dyllan Pascoe.  I found out
about him from Donnie's friendfeed (thanks Donnie).  He did an
interview about migrating to Gentoo at his job.  He had an
interesting idea about how to get users together by comparing there
systems, location, .conf files etc. For a user it would also be
interesting to see the developers set-ups. The idea is here.  I am
not a programmer but I put together a sample program here. 
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