[frr] making frr more public

Lou Berger lberger at labn.net
Tue Mar 28 07:10:42 EDT 2017

Hi JR,

I'm confused on the name: will it be FRRouting or FreeRangeRouting?  I 
thought it was the former but the mock-up still use the latter.


On March 28, 2017 5:48:51 AM JR Rivers <jrrivers at cumulusnetworks.com> wrote:

> As most of you know, we've been working with the Linux Foundation to host
> FRR.  Open Network Summit is coming up in early April, and given the
> release readiness of FRR, it seems like a good time to make FRR more public.
> We have a few pieces of work associated to make this happen; one is a
> website, and the second is a blog post that Linux Foundation will issue.
> I've been working with a web designer on the site, and I've attached a
> non-interactive mock up below.  I've also put together a straw proposal to
> introduce FRR.
> Looking for comments on these.  There are two sections that announce
> participants in the FRR community, one is in the blog post, and the second
> is in the "Contributors" section at the bottom of the website.  I took the
> blog list from Martin's presentation... please let me know directly if your
> company wants to be included in either section.  Also happy to have people
> in your marketing departments speak with all of the others and the Linux
> Foundation people; just make the introduction, and I'll get the ball
> rolling.
> cheers, JR
> https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_9VRlQkvCiGfQPMtqND094gZuRGDq22tad_GdGQgv9U/edit?usp=sharing
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