'Slashdot reader Beacon11 writes that "Alan Pope, a community advocate
for Ubuntu, has requested comments and ideas regarding the creation of
a crowd-sourced promo video that, in 30 seconds, conveys that Ubuntu
is for everyone." Alan Pope writes:
So for example you might see a woman on a train typing an article, a
guy in an office creating a presentation, a kid on the sofa playing a
game with a controller on their TV, someone watching a film, someone
developing code, kids playing with robots, a farmer planning animal
feeding. You get the idea...
So I'd really like to do this as a shared community project, with
video clips submitted by Ubuntu users from around the world, perhaps
even taking in a landmark or two here and there. I'd expect the video
to represent the diversity of users, and variety of activities people
are able to do with Ubuntu.
Though they're currently just discussing its feasibility, Alan writes
that "I think if we work together we could make something amazing."'
-- source: https://news.slashdot.org/story/18/03/17/0524228
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