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Re: [Ambassadors] inactive ambassadors, a proposed solution



> HOW DO WE IDENTIFY ACTIVE AMBASSADORS?
>
> We come up with a policy that is simple, and fair.
>
> An active ambassador is someone who:
>
> 1) Has joined the group in FAS.
> 2) Reads and/or posts on fedora-ambassadors-list.
> 3) Has a useful, up-to-date personal page on the Fedora wiki.
>
> And does one or more of:
>
> * Attends or organizes an event once in a release cycle.
> * Maintains a blog on Planet Fedora, with about one post per month.
> * Participates on fedora-list or fedoraforum.org to help people w/
> questions.

=> or other forums from local communities of course ;)

> * Indicates their willingness to mentor and guide new contributors or new
> users.

And who will get to say if one is or is not doing all those things properly ?

To me, very few people can: the local leaders. They are the ones who
know the Ambassadors in their region and what they do. And if there's
an Ambassador in their region they never heard of, maybe it means he
is inactive...

Regards,


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Mathieu Bridon (bochecha)

"They who can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary
safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety." ~Benjamin Franklin


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