Moin, re campaigning... > >Yes, to explain what keywords or means you use on 3rd party sites > >as baits for newbs when they search for games to stick with > >netrek. > > For numerous reasons this information is not for public release. Ok, seems I'm too little into this business to have an idea how public discussion about a public campaign could hurt you. And, how this campaigning business is supposed to work at all. What's the typical _general_ scenario for the most promising turnout case you're trying to cover (if you don't want to give away secret details about the specific netrek campaign [security by obscurity?])? Who (newb and campaigner) does what (type or read) to make a newb look at or even stay with netrek? (only campaigning, not in-game) > I see no reason to share this information with anyone other then > those currently working on the promotion project for netrek.org. To get feedback, more opinions, experience, ideas you haven't thought of. Or are you (your group) a "know it all", too? Remember how we (re-)learned about your private investments with your solo campaigning efforts of which apparently nobody else knew? If you hadn't brought this into a discussion we had, you wouldn't have been advised to coordinate with others and perhaps wouldn't have joined with Andrew so fast as you have now, still working on your own. > Dave, Andrew and myself have all agreed to work together to see > this transition through. Is there anyone against this that you feel you must protect it? -- © Rado S. -- You must provide YOUR effort for your goal! EVERY effort counts: at least to show your attitude. You're responsible for ALL you do: you get what you give.