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From Jürgen Schmidt <jogischm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: AOO mailing list subscription totals, and other tidbits
Date Thu, 13 Nov 2014 07:42:29 GMT
On 12/11/14 20:19, Andrea Pescetti wrote:
> jan i wrote:
>> On 12 November 2014 15:38, Jürgen Schmidt wrote:
>>> It's sometimes very interesting and there are some more numbers
> 
> Mailing list numbers are very good. The announce list, if I recall
> correctly, used to have ~8000 subscribers, so this would be a 40-50%
> increment. Also, mailing list numbers show that when we write here we
> write to a much larger audience than the regular posters.
> 
> Website numbers are different. Good traffic, but all of it is quite
> focused (3 pages, 2 minutes, few recurring visitors in percentage). 

if the 3 pages are the same we can of course focus to use this entry
points and make them as useful as possible.

Juergen


This
> can probably be explained by the fact that website visitors are mostly
> people who download or update OpenOffice and are not planning to get
> involved (on the other side, active volunteers will often use other
> resources). Still, it's a potential that we can exploit.
> 
> More numbers are coming next week as promised... But in general they
> reinforce the idea that Apache OpenOffice is now a mature project with
> good internal dynamics (even though I still see many fields where we
> need help and mentoring) and that this is a good moment to change pace
> and perspective, and use our full potential. More in one week at ApacheCon.
> 
>> apacheCON is in less than a week away, tuesday will have a official AOO
>> meeting for everybody (except timewasters according to some)
> 
> Occasions for a meeting are rare. It's important that we use this time
> at best. And that we come out with some great ideas and with motivated
> people willing to implement them with respect and backing from the
> community (and the PMC if you wish, but I find it sterile to distinguish
> between the two: OpenOffice is not the playground of the PMC, it is a
> community project for everybody to enjoy).
> 
>> I personally look forward to that meeting.
> 
> Me too! I'm looking forward to an exciting, productive discussion and,
> if we need time, to a long night...
> 
> Regards,
>   Andrea.
> 
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