David Hallowell <david.hallowell at gmail.com>
Mon, 30 Aug 2004 08:21:31 +0100
I'd say just because the 10/10/10 idea sounds good :)
But I'd say these things will be ongoing. The week 2 campaign was
about finding volunteers to 'set the record straight' when they see
press articles where they think Firefox should have been mentioned or
there was factual errors in the articles. This one is definitely
The week 3 project - finding web sites to donate advertising space is
definitely ongoing but the aim is to get the sites to advertise at
least the 1.0 release, if they want to run ads on an ongoing basis
Actually all the suggestions so far have been ongoing in some way.
On the subject of this though, I'd like to see links to archives on
blakes weblog http://www.blakeross.com/ as only the week 5 project is
listed on the homepage and the only way to find others is by looking
at other websites.
On Sun, 29 Aug 2004 23:40:50 -0700, Adam Boettiger
> > 10 Weeks, 10 Ideas, 10 Million downloads (or 10% marketshare).
> > A fun way to get involved and help us win back marketshare
> this > summer. This initiative started on July 12 and will end on
> > September 13.
> Is there a reason why the campaign is limited to 10 weeks and not
> ongoing? Just curious. What do we have in place on the back end
> for a tracking solution to gauge results?
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