@Flohack exactly. Open Source projects don't have to sell. The collective energy of the community determines the direction of the project. As the energy is continuesly changing and the members of the community have different interests over time, the shared story of the open project is also fluïd and continously adapting to its community dynamics. Its important that the current project story is told so the community is keeping itself vital and productive.
@hummlbach That sounds like a good idea to me. There's the hackathon coming up in Jan at the shackspace. I know everyone attending will be busy on the Telegram app, but it would be a good opportunity to leave a few stickers and whatever about and create some noise. I've sent a link to this post to marketing so lets see what can sorted for then.