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Re: [Ambassadors] APAC ambassadors meeting. Do we really need them?





On Mon, Jun 9, 2008 at 1:46 PM, susmit shannigrahi <thinklinux ssh gmail com> wrote:
Hi all,

This is very disheartening to see that most people of APAC region care
very little about communicating.

Yesterday's meeting was attended by 5-6 people only, though it was
announced 3 weeks ago. No one even objected about the day and timing.

So it is very obvious that either they had more important task or they
don't feel the necessity to communicate.

We have more than 70 Ambassadors from India alone. And only two were present.

Sorry to say this, but we are making *absolutely* no progress. We have
no event, we can not fulfil free media requests, no new mirror, no new
agenda, neither do we care for communicating about ideas.

Do you think a community or project can progress this way?

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Might be some people just ignoring the fedora list, but attending is required but it is not implies that Ambassadors are sleeping.
As I know there are good community members from your country (India).
Specially Rahul Sundharam  [1] giving good a contribution.
Hope you met him at FOSS.IN 2007 :)
and the Punjabi Community too. Amanpreet Singh [2] and Jassy Phulewala [3].
both of them working for spreding FC on Grate Panjab part from their usual Fedora contribution.

I think this is good time to motivate all the Ambassadors .
Good leaders have a talent of getting the support from ANY_BODY  ;-)



[1] http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/RahulSundaram
[2] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/AmanAlam
[3] https://fedoraproject.org/wiki/JassyPhulewala


Regards,
Susmit.

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