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[liberationtech] How do you spread a word?

Anne Roth annalist at riseup.net
Tue Jun 5 23:42:36 PDT 2012


Hi Dod,

fantastic, big applause! I'll start spreading the message of Preacher
Dude right now :)

(And thanks for mentioning me in your blogpost when I haven't even done
anything yet.. )

I still have the translation of
http://thedod.github.com/socialshareprivacy/ on my plate and will do it,
promised. I'm not a tech translator, so

- can someone check the translation when it's done?
- does anyone know of a easy way of translating HTML docs other than
copying the whole thing into a text editor and jumping from one piece of
text to the next in there?

Anne

Am 05.06.12 10:09, schrieb The Dod:
> Like I said in my original "+2" message
> <https://mailman.stanford.edu/mailman/private/liberationtech/2012-May/004026.html>
> (before I knew about Heise's code):
>> The widget doesn't seem too hard to write (famous last words), but the 
>> awareness campaign seems to be a much heavier task.
> The development turned out to be a lot easier than expected (all it took
> was i18n from German to English), and the awareness campaign is - as
> expected - the actual work.
> To be honest - I have zero marketing skills: I was taught that marketing
> was a sin <https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gDW_Hj2K0wo>. I'm less
> fanatic now, but that doesn't mean I have any idea how to make things
> popular.
> 
> Today I gave it *my best shot
> <http://thedod.noblogs.org/post/2012/06/05/deliver-us-not-into-surveillance/>*,
> but something tells me this is not how such things should be done. So:
> 
>   * If you have ideas how to promote +2, please let me know.
>   * Even if you don't have any, at least share this with your friends
>     (you even have a widget for that ;-) ).
>   * Please consider installing this at your own site (after all - this
>     is what the campaign is all about).
> 
> Thanks for all who helped so far (mainly the Heise crew).
> 
> Stay free,
> The Dod
> 
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