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[Ambassadors] Re: inactive ambassadors, a proposed solution



On Thu, 2009-02-19 at 19:42 +0100, Luca Foppiano wrote:
> On Thu, 2009-02-19 at 13:39 +0100, Mathieu Bridon (bochecha) wrote:
> > 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...
> +1

+1

I do agree a local leader would play an important role... But, every
region has a different level of maturity. Even for The Netherlands it
would be difficult for a local leader to know about activities of the
ambassadors in his region, without him having to do some
administrative work.

example; Currently, because of my day time job, it is difficult to
make my presence in the community noticeable (no internet connection
allowed). It doesn't mean I am not active, at home I try to compensate
as much time as possible. Sharing knowledge about the Emerging
Technologies, cobbler, koan, spacewalk is still spreading the
awareness of Fedora and it's community. When possible I am helping
people with packaging, installation support and education about how to
use a system from desktop to server use. How could a local leader know
without approaching me, or me keeping him up to date?

I can imagine a local leader would ask for an overview of performed
tasks... although I would doubt about it's true effectiveness. We
should find an effective way to keep the ambassadors in the loop. An
occasional social email?  ;)


Gerard


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