marketing -- Fedora Marketing team

 

About marketing
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The purpose of this list is planning for the long-term marketing strategy of the Fedora Project.

While not a packaged, commercial product, Fedora can be 'marketed' to anyone that can enjoy the benefits of the Fedora distribution and related projects.

If you are interested in working on the day-to-day marketing tactics of Fedora, participating in planning of events, or otherwise spreading Fedora 'on the ground', see the Fedora Ambassadors program.

To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the marketing Archives.

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