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it seems that Thorsten cann't send directly :-(

-------- Weitergeleitete Nachricht --------
> Von: Thorsten Leemhuis <fedora leemhuis info>
> An: Gerold Kassube <gerold lugd org>
> Kopie: Fedora-Ambassadors <fedora-ambassadors-list redhat com>,
> Discussions on expanding the Fedora user base
> <fedora-marketing-list redhat com>
> Betreff: Re: Meeting minutes of the FAD
> Datum: Sat, 09 Dec 2006 21:39:27 +0100
> 
> Hi All!
> 
> Gerold Kassube schrieb:
> > the last weekend, we had our first FAD (== Fedora Ambassador Meeting) in
> > EMEA.
> > We had nice and productive days for the Fedora Ambassador Project and we
> > proudly present to you what we have done and dicussed.
> > 
> > All information which we like to announce can be found at
> > http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/FAD/PassedFADs
> 
> I was invited hearty to the FAD, but I could not visit it due to private
> matters. But Gerold asked me to look trough the posted docs and give a
> short feedback to the list, so here I am:
> 
> "Ambassadors from Red Hat should show more commitment to the Fedora
> ambassadors project" -> I agree mostly -- especially in the beginning
> and in countries/areas where a local group of Ambassadors is not yet
> working properly that's needed until the baby steps are done and a group
> has grown up. Yeah, I know, that's often quite some work. BTW, the
> german ambassadors seems to be a good example where a bit of Red Hat
> involvement helped a lot.
> 
> "dying Fedora Weekly Reports" -- that would be sad, I liked the idea,
> the format and the content a lot, but I have no time to help there :-/ .
> Why can't we merge fedoranews.org and the weekly reports? That would be
> a step in the right direction. Sure, the stuff from fedoranews.org can
> write about nvidia, ati or 3rd party add-on repos. But most of the stuff
> that written there currently isn't like that and would be fine for
> fedoraproject.org afaics. fedoranews.org could continue with reporting
> the stuff that is forbidden for fedoraproject.org (as a add-on or
> something like that). And ahte weekly reports need to be annouced
> properly...
> 
> "Gerold: There should be better communication with leading departments
> of different projects to other ambassadors" -- Agreed, we all (Core,
> Extras, marketing, ambassadors, ...) don't talk enough with each other.
> I think we need a fedora-project mailinglist (or something like that)
> where we can discuss such stuff more together. Stuff like
> https://www.redhat.com/archives/fedora-desktop-list/2006-November/msg00039.html
> could be discussed there, too. At the same time need to get rid of some
> other lists and put some serious thoughts info a
> mailinglist-cleanup/reordering. Or morph fedora-maintainers into
> fedora-contributors and open it for all fedora-contributors.
> 
> "there should be no global vote for FAMSCo, but vote per region." ->
> related, not that important and just FYI: there was the plan in
> fedora-extras to get contributors more involved by letting them vote on
> important stuff and not only on a committee. But that's just a rough
> idea for the long term. http://www.cs.cornell.edu/w8/~andru/civs/ could
> be a help there if we don't want to maintain the voting mechanism ourselfs.
> 
> "Ambassadors Mailing List closed to non-ambassadors but archives opened"
> -- why not a readonly variant just like FAB uses -- reading the archives
> trough the mailman web-interface or by downloading mboxes sucks.
> 
> "Joerg: There was recently press contact demands and german ambassadors
> helped." -- we really should have local contacts for the press
> documented properly in the wiki as that quite important IMHO.
> 
> CU
> thl

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