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Re: [Publicity] LF Collab summit report blog post

Yes, I think we need to be explicit about naming the source in our text and including the url.

Suggest this wording instead:

More thoughts from Alex on the state of In-Vehicle Infotainment appeared recently online in Embedded Computing Design. His recent blog IVI system sandboxing is worth a full read. The part more relevant to the Xen Project is reported below:

On Tue, Apr 8, 2014 at 1:08 PM, Lars Kurth <lars.kurth@xxxxxxx> wrote:
I can see it. Thank you.
The only concern I would have with the content from http://embedded-computing.com/ is whether there is a copyright issue using it

On 08/04/2014 17:01, Dario Faggioli wrote:
On lun, 2014-04-07 at 11:13 -0400, Sarah Conway wrote:

The Linux.com article includes a link to this article.


So, what I put together is actually a mix of the two article, as the
Linux.com one, for obvious and understandable reasons, barely mention
Xen, which is fine there, but would be odd on our blog! :-P

The result is here: http://blog.xen.org/?p=9108&preview=true

Can everybody see it? Tell me if that is not the case and we'll set up
the proper access right (or cut'n'paste the article) for you.

Do you think this could be fine?

I said I wanted to publish today, but given I'm not just reblogging, I'm
thinking about leaving people a bit of time for reviewing. I scheduled
the post to go live tomorrow, at around this same time.

Let me know what you think.

Thanks and Regards,

Sarah Conway
PR Manager
The Linux Foundation
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Skype:  sarah.k.conway
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