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From Angela Cymbalak <>
Subject Re: photark project (was: Re: Stepping down as mentor for PhotArk)
Date Mon, 03 Aug 2009 21:09:56 GMT
And my big question: if we are allowed to do this, I think I read 
somewhere that we aren't allowed to refer to the project as Apache 
PhotArk yet because we are still a podling.  What is the proper way 
to refer to the podling?


At 02:56 PM 8/3/2009, Luciano Resende wrote:
>On Mon, Aug 3, 2009 at 11:48 AM, Martin Cooper<> wrote:
> >
> > That Facebook page hasn't seen a wall post for five months, or a discussion
> > since 2007...
> >
> > OK, so let's say we set up a Facebook page for PhotArk. Maybe we 
> announce it
> > by writing on the ASF page's wall. Don't people have to become a "fan" of
> > the page to see updates to it without proactively going to the page? That's
> > the part I don't get - how does this help us reach out? Surely people who
> > don't already know about it are only going to hear about it if, 
> for example,
> > you or I say something about it in our 'status'. (I'm talking 
> about Facebook
> > here.) But we don't need a Facebook page before we can say something in our
> > 'status'. So how does the page help?
> >
>You are right, that we still need to get people interested in going
>and reading the content of the page (which is the hard part I guess
>for a lot of podlings)... but in the end, I guess this is one more
>place that could be reached by a search and provide some PhotArk
>related content.
> > I'm sure I must be missing something here. ;-(
>:) I don't think so.... What I wanted to make sure is that there is no
>issues if a project member wants to start advertising or reaching out
>using these new social tools that are so popular these days...
>Luciano Resende
>Apache Tuscany, Apache PhotArk
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