Firefox Marketing Project, Week 2

Thursday July 15th, 2004

Blake Ross writes: "Many thanks to everyone who participated in our first marketing project. As I write this, 1369 people have given Firefox a 96% approval rating, and 1220 people have rated it straight fives across the board. Firefox is now on the most popular list, above other heavyweights like MSN Messenger, AIM, and Winamp. This was an amazing launch to our 'ten weeks, ten ideas, ten million downloads' community marketing campaign.

"For our second initiative, we're stepping it up a bit and asking you to help us manage the enormous volume of press coverage that our products enjoy daily. We're seeking to mobilize a team of determined individuals that can manage itself in identifying three types of press coverage — factually inaccurate stories, stories that don't mention Firefox or Thunderbird but should, and stories that are factually correct and balanced — and respond to them accordingly. A new mailing list will be used to coordinate daily activity; the team will be determined, focused, easily mobilized and not prone to the sort of long and aimless discussions that plague other lists. The Foundation's in-house press relations team will continue to handle the 'tier 1', most prominent stories, but for everything else we need your help. More information about the initiative and how you can help is available at my blog."

#55 Re: Re: Re: Re: BugMeNot Account Disabled

by slxception

Thursday July 22nd, 2004 3:26 PM

You are replying to this message

It doesn't really bother me. I set up an account here for the rare posting I do here. I think I could trust this place not to sell my e-mail address to some spam company.

As to the solution of anonymous posting, I've seen it on sites such as Livejournal that require a verification image/sound to prevent spambots from spamming forums like this. However, it would still require some moderation in case a real human puts in the effort to spam this forum 20 million times.