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Re: RES: [Ambassadors] inactive ambassadors, a proposed solution



2009/2/20 Matias Maceira <matiasmaceira gmail com>:
> Hi,
>
> I read the comments.
>
> I think the person who knows best if an ambassador is active
> is the community leader of each country.
>
> In Argentina I'm coordinating the Ambassadors and
> we are focused on keep on growing as a community,
> taking as a guide the fedora Brazil and Venezuela projects.
>
> I think that every leader should have the autonomy to
> decide the status of an ambassador and the ability to
> remove him or set him as inactive, in every case supervised
> by the regional leader.
>
> We should stablish the parameters to decide the status
> of an ambassador.
>
> There are may ambassadors working on the project who
> invests their time on local projects. Most of them have no
> time to work actively on Ambassadors project, but they
> do a lot of local (and important) work.
> The problem here is that their work is only known by
> their local leader, and they are inactive to the
> Ambassadors's community eyes.
>
> I believe that is our job as community managers to
> stablish the difference between the active and
> inactive ambassadors.
>
> Yours.
>
> Matias Maceira
> Fedora Argentina Community Manager
>
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+1  Matias Maceira


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