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Re: ambassadors "conflict of interest"



Hi Gianluca,

I supposed it is not strictly prohibited by some "law" or policy of fedora.
BUT, In terms that Fedora Project has some distinct values (4Fs etc) that we believe and promote, I doubt if the "values" of another community/project are non conflicting with ours.

I mean that the main reason for not doing it, are conflicting values between projects, and that's something that concerns you (and is not a law or something).

Finally, imagine showing up to an event and meet someone that has this double property... I would begin to question his belief on either of the project.
Now, if the two projects have separate target group and purpose (e.g. Fedora vs. a highly customized spin on IRC relaying (zdoing!) ) I don't see any problem with that. (But I dont think that there are ambassadors for such minor groups.)



On Mon, Dec 7, 2009 at 11:06 AM, Gianluca Sforna <giallu gmail com> wrote:
Please accept my apologies if this is not the proper place to ask.

I've never read anything against this, so I'm wondering if it was ever
brought up at all.

Are Fedora ambassadors allowed to also be <put your alternate distro
name here> ambassadors?

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