[frr] making frr more public

JR Rivers jrrivers at cumulusnetworks.com
Tue Mar 28 11:38:33 EDT 2017

Thanks for checking!  The mockup is from before the name was changed....
the website prototype is getting close to done (hopefully ready to share on
Thursday) and it has the FRRouting name.

cheers, JR

On Tue, Mar 28, 2017 at 4:10 AM, Lou Berger <lberger at labn.net> wrote:

> 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.
> Thanks,
> Lou
> 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_9VRlQkvCiGfQPMtqND094gZuRGDq22
>> tad_GdGQgv9U/edit?usp=sharing
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