Charles, we spoke about this during our meeting. We need to convert the new creative design for the about:mozilla newsletter, recently done by John Slater's designer into HTML. This will replace current Mailchimp newsletter registration form, and we'll import it into Responsys. FINAL about:mozilla files (PSD and jpgs) can be found here: (by Rhonda) http://www.intothefuzz.com/rhonda/about:mozilla_email_capture/ thank you. -Eve
Charles, Gentle checkin - how's it coming to convert this design to HTML? We'd like to operationalize this at our Responsys meeting tomorrow. Is next up to do. Let me know. -Eve
Anthony, we'll need to import this into our email service provider, Responsys. I think it's probably easiest to build it as a stand-alone HTML file, and we can work together to import it into Responsys.
Adding en-US/newsletter/about_mozilla Adding en-US/newsletter/about_mozilla/index.html Adding img/newsletter/about_mozilla Adding (bin) img/newsletter/about_mozilla/preview.jpg Transmitting file data .. Committed revision 75488. On trunk
Assignee: anthony → abuchanan
Hi Alex, Just checking - You are setting up the about:mozilla registration page in Responsys, right ? (It does not go on mozilla.com). -Eve
(In reply to comment #4) > Hi Alex, > Just checking - You are setting up the about:mozilla registration page in > Responsys, right ? (It does not go on mozilla.com). -Eve I set it up on mozilla.com because it was quick and easy that way, it's nearly an exact copy of the mainstream news reg page. Any reason not to host it on mozilla.com?
Yes, we had discussed together and we decided to post the registration forms on Responsys as it is easier to set up and maintain over time. That relieves burden on web dev team. We had gained agreement on that already. -Eve
(In reply to comment #6) > Yes, we had discussed together and we decided to post the registration forms on > Responsys as it is easier to set up and maintain over time. That relieves > burden on web dev team. We had gained agreement on that already. -Eve This is a very simple page, and it's simpler to set up and maintain over time on mozilla.com. I'm not worried about extra burden on the web dev team. Sorry if this conflicts with what we discussed, but I think this one is better on mozilla.com.
Please proceed, then. -Eve
pushed to production
verified fixed on production http://www.mozilla.com/en-US/newsletter/about_mozilla/
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Component: www.mozilla.org/firefox → www.mozilla.org
Product: Websites → Websites
Component: www.mozilla.org → General
Product: Websites → www.mozilla.org
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