> On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 5:38 PM, Johan Hasan <johanhsn gmail com
> > Just want to say hi and let you know, that I am still exist :)
> Hi Johan,
> I could not be more proud to be your fellow Fedora ambassador and hope
> while you are visiting here I might get the chance to meet you in
> person one day.
> Your story and the stories of others in this thread remind me of what
> bonds us together and that we should take the greatest care to not
> break those bonds over something trivial.
> We participate spreading the message of Fedora in small and large
> ways, in small and large communities, and with small and large
> effects. Losing one Johan or one Gordon or one Emilio by continuing
> down this path is a price that is too high to pay. We need to trust
> each other as ambassadors to do what is right, promote Fedora as best
> we can, in the ways we can, at the times we can.
> > I have given lecturer in Introduction in IT using Fedora for my students.
> > The lecturing delivered using project based learning besides instructional.
> > In 20th December 2008, I was introducing Fedora 10 and workshop to a small
> > society in Surabaya, freely. But the participants for Fedora workshop aren't
> > really much, just about 15 person. Maybe because the time was too tight and
> > I didn't do a marketing very well. I also copy Fedora-10 for 1000 pieces
> > with my own money for giving to others freely. A half of them were supported
> > by local vendors then, so they give it as a souvenir in the computer
> > exhibition.
> > I am Fedora Ambassador in Indonesia since last year, but I still have no
> > chance to meet my colleague from Indonesia. There are six fedora Ambassador
> > from Indonesia including me (it is still small number for the country with
> > the population more than 237 million peoples). The one I have contacted and
> > chatted was Indrayana from Jakarta. Perhaps one day I can meet my other
> > colleagues.
> > Right now, I am in Kansas City until June 2008 since I have sent by my
> > university to learn about entrepreneurship from Kauffman Foundation. So
> > maybe I can not active for a while, but still happy if I can meet other
> > Fedora Ambassador in USA. Tomorrow, I will go to Stanford for a week and the
> > next following week, I will be in Boston and after that I will come back to
> > Kansas City. Perhaps, I can learn some idea about Fedora from colleagues in
> > USA.
> Please stop by #fedora-ambassadors on freenode and chat with us any
> time. And you are more than welcome to participate in our FAmNA
> meetings (the next one will be in early March). We might learn more
> from you than you will from us, we'd love to talk with you.
> > By the way, if there are some Fedora Ambassador visit to Surabaya -
> > Indonesia, please contact me. I am really welcome.
> > Or maybe we can launch Fedora in Bali, Indonesia? It will be fun :)
> I propose we do the following now.
> (1) Stop further discussion of putting labels of active and inactive
> on ambassadors. We are all Fedora ambassadors, let's leave it at that.
> (2) Work with FAmSCo to solve the actual problem that began this
> discussion and create an effective way for our community to contact
> ambassadors and for the non-Fedora community to contact us. This can
> be done without creating any new bureaucracy that burdens Fedora
> ambassadors. Several reasonable suggestions that accomplish this have
> already been offered for consideration.
> Let's take a collective deep breath.
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