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Month: November 2014

Re: [trinity-devel] TDE R14 RC2 press release -- Help Needed!

From: Michele Calgaro <michele.calgaro@...>
Date: Sun, 30 Nov 2014 17:00:34 +0900
On 2014/11/30 09:35 AM, Timothy Pearson wrote:
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>>> All,
>>> With TDE R14.0.0 RC2 just around the corner I need some assistance with
>>> the press release:
>>> Making sure the list of news outlets is up to date (and providing Email
>>> addresses) would also be helpful.  I am not one who typically consumes
>>> open source news so I'm not sure what the best outlets to submit this to
>>> would be.  I would recommend staying away from Phoronix though as they
>>> have a strong pro- Wayland/tablet/phone and anti- traditional desktop
>>> computing viewpoint.
>>> Historically I seem to end up tied up with release-related tasks and
>>> have
>>> not been able to get a proper news release out on time (or even at all),
>>> so any help with this is much appreciated!
>>> Thanks!
>>> Tim
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>> Hi,
>> Please note that the following is only my opinion, and view as an user and
>> not a dev:
>> What this document is doing is more like a chip datasheet than something
>> to attract new users.
>> By seeing it with the viewpoint of the user, you should:
>> 1. Very very important: Include screenshots: You would never sell a car
>> with a picture of it...
>> 2. Quite important: What do day-to-day users should expect to be new from
>>, or for new users who didn't know about TDE, what is to expect
>> from it in relation to KDE 3.5.10? Do their day-to-day software got
>> improved, bugs are fixed and better running?
>> 3. Datasheet-like info as it is now.
>> Thank you! What do you think!
>> -Alexandre
> I pretty much agree.  I did not write the original on that site.  What I
> have written in the past are pages like this (screenshots included):
> I am asking for assistance writing a replacement as it needs to be done
> but I simply don't have the time (or apparently the perspective) to do it
> properly. :-)
> Thanks!
> Tim

Hi Tim,
I will try to help during the week as well. I think the best way would 
be to have a page on the TDE site or wiki (maybe not public for the time 
being) where users can see and edit contents.
What do you think?