On 26 May 2001 06:10:05 +0900, Phil Tomson wrote:
> 

> 4) Publicity (Instead of Advocacy, a term that has gotten a bad name)
> Python is doing very well in the publicity department right now with lots 
> or articles being written lately.  By publicity I mean that the aim is to 
> let people know that we're here and that Ruby presents a viable 
> alternative.  We don't need the kind of advocacy that tends to hurt more 
> than it helps ("Our language X users are so much [smarter, tolerant, ...] 
> than those [stupid, intolerant,...] language Y users...").  We need 
> publicity that educates potential users about the features of Ruby and 
> what it can offer programmers.  
> 

Just getting something like "Ruby weekly news" that we could link to
from sites such as lwn.net and the same would help (there is always
python links there)

/Erik

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