[Marketing] QtCS registration (was RE: Can perhaps help a bit to prepare QtCS 2012)
sivan at omniqueue.com
Thu Mar 8 13:00:26 CET 2012
On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 6:56 PM, <quim.gil at nokia.com> wrote:
> Hi Sivan,
>> I imagine I'd need to get in touch
>> with focal points of the respective sub projects in the community so
>> we make sure slots are granted with people who'll push Qt forward - is
>> that what you had in mind in the allocation process?
> What we have so far is
Right, Quim could you please clarify what you meant with : "You took a
sponsorship package including event invitations (((to be defined)))."
Re: "You are invited by a maintainer or the organization team and we
still have seats left." Personally interesting thing for me would be
to encourage more new comers to the project. I wonder if we could ask
maintainers and reviewers about recently joined contributors who
shined. In recognizing their good and persistence work in the same
time meeting face to face to collaborate, we should try to invite
them. It could create a nice buzz for curious people to wet their
feet in the future.
> Alex probably knows the means to reach to all 2011 participants. There is also http://qt-project.org/groups/qt_contributors_summit/wiki - should we reuse it and move it forward?
I'm happy to start going through the list and send manual invitations,
but I'd love to have the mechanized system first such that I will be
able to put emails in with people names so invitations will be sent
and registration will be made through the same web app system. I think
I can dig the invitation email that I got last year from my mail
records, just re-use this and change dates and venue etc?
> We should have the registration system up & running and then reach about 175 people before considering invitations. Then we can see how many seats are left. Does this sound reasonable?
>> I recall the registration site was a separate thing last year, maybe
>> we should indeed integrate it with DevNet? Would that require custom
>> PHP app given devnet is MediaWiki in my guess?
> I suggest going through the path of lesser resistance. :)
Ofcourse, So where's the registration system? Can we start experiment
with it? :)
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