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Promoting the Ubuntu movement: Most people have never heard of [...]


Byafossen, Nord-Trøndelag
via Ubuntu Planet
Promoting the Ubuntu movement: Most people have never heard of Ubuntu, so I think one of the big challenges for achieving the 163 million is just getting the name out there. One way of doing this that occured to me, is adding a line or something about Ubuntu in the signature field of my e-mails. Remember "Please don't print this e-mail unless necessary"? Couldn't that be a good idea?

I guess the question is what to write? Do we have a catch phrase already, or can someone think of one? It probably needs to give a slight hint to what Ubuntu is, so I don't think for instance that the logo alone would be enough.

What do you guys think?
Hallvardo
Also, perhaps there should be a topic called "Our movement", for this kind of things?
Thursday 26 January 2017, 17:52:54
Jonathan Shackleton
On this site and also on our Twitter account we put, We are a team of guides and leaders specializing in assisting humanity through the transformation process from old to new.

We certainly need to spread the word near and far to make a real impact. Social media is great for this especially when you use a hashtag #UbuntuPlanet.

If it was completely up to me we'd have a battle bus all levied up with who we are and what we're about. The spirit of change is in the air and it's about to seriously ignite, i'm sure.
Thursday 26 January 2017, 18:27:22
Jonathan Shackleton
or - WE ARE THE CREATORS OF OUR OWN REALITY - SO LET US USE OUR COLLECTIVE CONSCIOUSNESS TO CO-CREATE THE UTOPIAN WORLD WE ALL WANT TO LIVE IN.
Thursday 26 January 2017, 18:28:24
Deleted User
Amaziing
Thursday 26 January 2017, 19:37:42
Michael E. V. Knight
Some ideas:

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3 hour work weeks, ask me how
Friday 27 January 2017, 14:37:57
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